Sails On Horseshoe
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TravelPod Member ReviewsSails On Horseshoe Magnetic Island
The Sails on Horseshoe is a great spot to stay at the lovely Horseshoe Bay on Magnetic Island.
The hosts, Chris and Alastair, are lovely people who are extremely gracious and accommodating.
The rooms are spacious townhouses, over two levels, which are just lovely. The beds were comfortable and it was great having a bathtub!
There are plenty of restaurants within walking distance, and I'd highly recommend this hotel!
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Crashed out wrapped up in sleeping bag and duvet on top…nippy indeed.
Next morning I checked out and planned on just exploring the island, my friend Charlotte advised doing the Forts walk, however during check out I ended up signing up for the hostels Bungalow Bay Animal Sanctuary, and I am so glad I did. The oppourtunity to hold turtles, several lizards, snakes, baby alligators, wombats and koala. Yes, I now own the ...
... of damage was done to some of the more northern places overhere. Townsville was not supposed be hit, but Ita changed here course and came down here but only in catagory one which means lots of rain and a storm for two days but nobody got hurt here. My thoughts go out to the people whom have lost their homes and I sincerly hope they all have a roof over their heads again very soon. There are a couple of things to ...
... and white fish not otherwise specified) whilst Chloe had fish and chips.
Today we visited a wildlife sanctuary where we had close encounters with various species. Black and White Cockatoos, a Seawater Turtle, Freshwater Crocodiles, Lizards and finally... Koalas! This was the obvious reason for going and Rachel finally got the Koala hug she had been longing for for some time. It was a very enjoyable morning and ...
My name is Derek John Davies, a budding world traveller about to embark on an adventure with my girlfriend and fellow travel enthusiast, Nicole Mangles. On the 2nd of January, we are headed to South Africa, the Rainbow Nation, home of the lion, the hippo and the gazelle and for the next two weeks, us. A year ago, when I first caught the travel bug and experienced life outside my sheltered Australian lifestyle, I ventured forth full of vitality and wonder, ready for cocktails and ...
... for the morning, the sand was soo white and the beach was beautiful, when we got there it was really busy but an hour before we left the beach emptied we had lunch and then went luncheon bay to snorkel which was really good! Soo many fishes! I even found nemo!! Then we had tea and biscuits and cake and chilled out till dinner, ...