Travel Blogs from Airlie Beach
Four hours Greyhound bus ride from Townsville, we arrived in Airlie Beach.
To describe the town centre, think Newquay with road works on a
really hot day. There is one small supermarket and a really
expensive 24/7 shop, with small clothing shops and travel agents.
The rest of the town is made up of eateries, either sea …
... land gingen.
Op de weg terug liet de capitein wat deze boot in zijn mars had. Met zeer hoge snelheden vlogen we over de golven en hij bestuurde de boot als een rodeo.
Terug thuis hebben we beiden een gloed in ons gezicht van de zon, zee, wind en strand. Nu ons eerste biertje in een week. Mark heft een geode come back gemaakt van zijn kies operatie :-)
Lot's of love/Groetjes,
Shirley and Mark
... of dressy thong like with beads and stones on the front in a nice teal colour, so we both scored. Well done. We head back again and I do a little bit of painting, I had a couple of small canvas boards, so I thought I would paint the azure kingfisher that we had seen at cape Tribulation. So I sketch them onto my boards and put some paint onto one of them. We then head to town for dinner as I ...
Set off from Magnetic Island and drove to Airlie Beach which was an ok drive. Got there and set up my tent at Nomads where the girls were also staying, however a little behind on the Greyhound bus. Chilled out for the evening and grabbed the essentials for the Whitsundays trip… aka box of goon! Chilled out for the evening watching a chick flick all together on Holly's bunk…classy girls we are! ...
... morning and had it's first test run - woohoo - success! AND I didn't break it! So, doing the washing became the highlight of my day! Now that's sad! David even brought out the electric heater today and it was very much appreciated I can tell you! This must be payback for Wendy using our heater in Hobart!! Sorted out a ...