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... us to the rest of the crew; Rupert, a young english guy, and Australian Skipper Dave. For 21 of us the boat was cramped on deck let alone in the cabin where we were all squeezed into bunk beds which made coffins look comfortable. As we set off we were given the basic safety talks, assigned our beds and introduced to who we would be spending the next 48 hours with. For the first 3 hours of the trip we soaked up the sun on deck with some music, amazing views and a cider to kick ...
I left Rainbow beach in the evening with an overnight bus to Airlie beach, the marina of all the sailing boats heading to the Whitsundays. Wilhelm, who was on the Fraser island tour with me, was on the same bus. I managed to sleep a bit and we arrived at 9.00 am. I dropped my backpack at Peterpan's travel agency, since I had no accommodation in Airlie beach. I checked in at the sailing boat office, booked an optional dive on the boat, and then headed to the marina where ...
... turning into a contortionist so that no part of me ended up scarlet!) We reached our first destination, Whitehaven beach, the place where everyone takes those pictures of themselves jumping up in the air). It was beautiful, the sand is naturally white, so it doesnt get hot & burn your feet, and when it is compacted naturally it turns into clear quartz crystals (which I thought was pretty cool). We basically chilled out under a palm tree & went swimming in the sea for a ...
... for an hour. It was truly a unique and delightful experience. We went to the beach for a quick swim which I enjoyed while Bob slept. We both feel a little tired. I think all the big meals are catching up with us. We had the best dinner yet at the Manta Ray Restaurant. I had a delicious salmon and lentil dish and Bob had spiced lamb ribs. For dessert we shared a gluten free almond cake that was way better than regular cake. What a great ...
... since we been in Australia. Proper bacon!! Our room mates are nice too, another couple from England and 2 lads and Joyce who we met on the Noosa trip. Had a wander round the shops, some nice clothes for good deals which is so tempting! Just had noodles with prawns and chilli sauce all cooked us fresh with loads of veg, was so good! Sent some more postcards off too, to Evan, Rich Forsyth, Hannah and Beth. Chilling out in the room ...