Coral Point Lodge
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... on a few essentials, and then we zipped over to the main resort centre. We found Catseye beach, which was lovely and Noz immediately signed up for a catamaran lesson and sailing. All behind the beach lay 3 massive pools and my favourite thing ever - a bar in the pool! Proper benidorm stylee! Hehe. And a happy hour at 2 parts of the day. This is my perfect place! So after a little wandering round and scoping out the plan for the next couple of days, it was my turn to get behind ...
So today we thought we'd leave Airlie Beach and put some miles on the vehicle. 5 weeks left and we haven't even covered a tiny bit of what we need (or would like) to do. Started out with every intention of driving about 500K. Stopped for coffee after about 150k and were talked into heading back inland to Eungella ...
After a full on day yesterday its been a chill out day.
After a morning around the pool and enjoying the tropical gardens, we drove over to Shute harbour. We had looked at staying here as the views are amazing, although not a retaurant in sight! it is now desolate since Cruise Whitsunday moved to Port of Airlie.
Spectacular views ... Yet againI can't get bored of these wonderful views, hope you're ...
Today was our final day in the Whitsundays. We'd all slept much better than the previous night- the bay where we'd dropped anchor for the night was much more sheltered and calm. The morning was spent kayaking around the bay. The double kayaks were inflatable but were quite comfortable and the bay was so calm that paddling was easy. We were told to look out for turtles but some of the group were so noisy I think they would've heard us coming a mile off! We pulled up at a beach and walked ...
The second day of our sailing trip was for the diving and snorkelling. I was unable to dive but Andy decided to try a beginners dive with 3 others. The good thing about the Whitsundays was it was relatively shallow, and the instructor took them to a beach first to practise skills rather than just jumping off a boat. While Andy dived I snorkelled with a couple of other non-divers in the same area. We all had to wear stinger suits because of the risk of jellyfish (but ...