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TripAdvisor Reviews Whitsunday Reflections Airlie Beach
Travel Blogs from Airlie Beach
BEFORE SHE HEADS NORTHWARD
Today’s walk, dog skips down the
path, enthusiastic, perhaps surprised by
the unusual lateness.
Approaching the beach, low tide
strong wind, a tympani of sound
and she all fed then squatting at her business,
The remnant strips of sandbank exposed, a
flat grey-blue in the early evening light, the
awkward beach stones dull in the
silver-mirrored shallows, ...
... built up resort island it is wonderful that they have retained so much bush land and well signposted and maintained walking trails.
We are now heading out to explore some more of the Whitsunday Islands as Hamilton Island is about to be taken over by a huge number of yachties and spectators for the Hamilton Island Yacht Racing Week.
... equipped with lifeguards and everything. Then I bypass the mangroves hoping to get a glimpse of an illusive Dugong. Too bad it doesn't few like revealing itself today. I continue on the path past the marina and all of the way to Cannonvale beach in the next community over. Then just as I reach the beach the impending rain clouds I've seen all day start to drop their load. Time to make my way for cover and maybe a bus back to town!
... so big....especially after we came across a big dead croc with it's inners hanging out. The big fellas must have been fighting over their turf.
I was too scared to even throw my line ...LOL
As we ventured further in it narrowed even more ,,,,,,you guys are laughing by now I know.
Finally we pull up and after a yarn we decide to go back and maybe trawl in the area where all the big crocs ...
... my neighbours' house
surrounded only by the whisper of the wind
Saddleback Island rimmed in yellow light
now turning peachy
and the early evening
I move back home, inside.
And a week or so earlier, not long after our return....
MORNING WALK WITH DOG
The rippled echo on seashore drawing one further, still further