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TravelPod Member ReviewsSunlit Waters Studio Apartments Airlie Beach
We had the perfect stay here and I could not recommend them more highly.
The most beautiful views, lovely pool, very clean room, lovely friendly owners, easy walk into central Airlie. We will definitely stay here again. Thank you!
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... This was it. This was the day. It's now or never! So I phoned the skydive company directly and they had a slot. Would I like to jump from 8,000ft or 14,000ft they asked. "Mmm 14,000ft please!" Ness was so excited for me and happy I had decided to do it. She did a skydive 10 years ago in New Zealand and loved it, but had nothing to prove by jumping again, so decided to stay on terra firma.
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... to one of the Whitsundays island. The corals were really beautiful but the visibility was bad because of the weather. In late afternoon, we just stayed in the sail boat. When it started raining heavily again, Josh decided he might as well take a shower in the storm. In the evening we had a good meal, played charades and a lot of different games, and finished our goon. We had a wonderful time on the Whitsundays, even with the storm! As I always say, it's all about the ...
... Island, gelegt und wir konnten einen schönen Sonnenuntergang über dem Meer genießen.
Ein bisschen bange war mir bei dem Gedanken in der Regensaison auf einem Boot zu schlafen welches bei Unwetter extrem schaukelt oder sogar kentert, aber glücklicherweise war die Nacht sehr ruhig und auch den Rest der 2 Tage war es die meiste Zeit sonnig.
Da für den nächsten Tag viel auf dem Programm stand und es leider immer schon gegen 19 Uhr dunkel ist, ...
... were diving and all the gear was available for them too. We moored to a huge pontoon which had a sundeck, underwater viewing areas, eating areas and a semi submersible to go out on. There were two boats moored, that meant approximately 300 people, so you can tell it was quite some operation to get us all equipped and into the water. For those who couldn't swim or just needed bit of ...
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