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- Microwave in room
- Laundry facilities (self serve)
- Swimming pool
- Reduced mobility rooms
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... of vaseline which made a huge difference next time. The reef here was very cool, at one point we dived around a huge column of reef surrounded by fish. I really enjoyed it. I then joined Nicole on the boat for lunch to find she'd already eaten! She headed out for more snorkelling to take more photos whilst I ate.
At the third site we snorkelled together and came across some huge parrotfish. They were so large and unexpected that we stopped in our tracks. They were over 1m long! We got ...
... quite impressive viewed from the air,all alone in the afternoon sunlight. A coach picked us from the airport and drove us to the resort through the brick red coloured land with spindly trees and bushes. There is only one hotel complex here and we are basically captive in accommodation akin to Nissen huts,albeit with Wifi (free for once too). It is an overpriced monopoly but thankfully we have bought some wine ...
The Great Barrier Reef is actually a series of over 2400 separate reefs that run along over 2500 kms of western Australia coastline between 60-80 kms offshore. The outer ridge of the reef falls away to the endless depth of the Australian continental shelf.
Our intention for the GBR was to do a day trip and then select a couple of islands to that pop up from the reef itself to stay for ...
... animal and its strong presence in the water. Simply a beautiful creature and so lucky to see one on the Great Barrier Reef.
We had over 2 hours of snorkeling time in two different locations on the Mackay Reef. It was quite an experience and one of the most beautiful reefs we have ever seen. You can see why this place is special and deserves World Heritage status. Back on the boat we ...
... courage and humor that he puts forth to get through it...and I have to say that it totally helped and so...Patrick...if you are reading this...thank you for helping me get through my first zip lining experience through the jungle! The last part of the day was spent cruising along the Daintree River looking for crocodiles! The tour guide was not very optimistic because it's mating season for the crocs and they have all been spending their time at the ...