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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... next to an extremely chatty man who I'd also seen on Fraser, Australia is such a small country. During one of the stops at a gasstation an Ozzie told us how to prevent mango rash (google it if you want to know what the hell it is) as he overheard me talking about it, oh the things you learn at 3AM. At 7am we arrived in Airlie Beach where a girl who worked for another hostel brought us to our hostel which was slightly odd, but very nice of her. We exchanged number and, as we ...
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... match) - including ourselves in the end who parked down for a couple of drinks and some food at the local pub. Horseshoe Bay, although fairly busy, wasn't the place to have a dance on the tables, knocking shots down our necks kind of night and thus we ended up getting the bus back to the hostel at around 10pm and tucking ourselves in for the night. We were originally under the impression that Magnetic Island, and especially our hostel having it's own bar, was going to ...
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