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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!
This review is the subjective opinion of a TravelPod member and not of TravelPod.com.
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... It was gorgeous! Open plan lounge/dining room/kitchen with balcony, two bedrooms, master with en suite and balcony and a main bathroom! After a few weeks of living out of one room, all this space felt awesome!!
We then went off to do some more exploring, before heading back and then heading out for some dinner. We found a little Latin place in one of the other bays and enjoyed a nice meal and a jug of sangria :)
... we were going for a ice cream!
Had our ice cream and decided to get drinks from IGA then headed to the wallabies after getting them some food. Spent s bit of time there, then went to horseshoe bay, which was the other side of the island. Only had a quick look there as we were staying there the next day.
So headed to picnic bay which was the opposite side of the island. Stayed there for s bit and took some photos.
Was talking ...
... for, I got to hold a snake! He was really soft :-) I made friends with a guy on the tour, Deon, as we were helping to take each others pictures. He gave me some tips on where to walk in the afternoon. I decided to take the long walk to The Forts (a lookout point that has something to do with the war!) and stopped by a few different bays on the way which were nice. The walk was difficult in the heat and I was glad when I reached The Forts. Jamie had told me to look ...
... breakfast we headed off to the Townsville Caravan Show. It was with great excitement that we entered the Caravan Show as we had missed the Brisbane show due to our travels. After about an hour the excitement turned to disappointment, I am not sure if it was that we had previously been spoiled with our exposure to the Brisbane show. Or the fact that there was so few exhibitors. There was approximately 40 Caravans and Camper trailers on display. Dream Pot were ...
... our book and had plugged it into the satnav but after we'd pulled off the highway and traversed a couple of miles of dirt road we found there was no campsite to be found. Luckily the dirt road rejoined another paved road so we carried on down toward Forrest Beach and found ourselves a caravan park for the night. We were pretty tired at this point so cooked up a pasta dinner and got an early night.