Flag Inn Playa Concha Resort
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... of the beach and bay - it was just magic. There was even a little area around some trees right next to us that was filled with sand and the kids turned it into their own little sandpit and had a great time (and were occupied enough to let us sit down and enjoy a wine looking out at the view.) The photos are testament enough to the loveliness of this place, definitely a highlight so far and probably too short a stay... but we have been taking our time and so need to keep pushing ...
Not a good start to our Tour, a couple of little issues before we even step a foot out the door, but they were not trip-killers, just a bit annoying. The first little "hiccup" was a text from Qantas saying our direct flight to Sydney was cancelled. Not something you want to hear the night before flying out to Europe. So after many, many minutes of Wendy waiting on the phone to speak to a real person, our flights were changed to reroute to Sydney via Brisbane. ...
... Frasier Island is the worlds largest sand island and its a World Heritage protected park. Once home to logging and mining, Frasier Island is now reserved for tourists and fun seekers to enjoy. Development is very limited on the island and this 100 mile long island has only about half a mile of paved roads total. There are miles and miles of soft, rutted roads that wind through the sand though. ...
... of the Maheno, had a dip for an hour in Champagne Pools (little sea pools), Indian head for a walk to the top, and a dip in Eli Creek; freezing but refreshing. We were also extremely lucky to see a Dingo and stopped to watch for 10 minutes, as well as a shovel-nosed ray/shark (they're a link in-between sharks and rays) in the surf, Glenn jumped off the bus and waded in close, everyone else asking is it safe. Can't stop ...
... A stream with no rocks, that flows over sand. It's strange and when you first catch site of it you think it's a track of sand, as the water is clear and the surface of the stream is sand. As Siobhan can confirm, it's confusing - she said: 'what's that white stuff at the bottom of the stream?'. 'Sand, we're on an island made of it' I said back.
We returned back to Kingfisher Bay where our accommodation was and watched the sunset over Riverlands and the ...
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