Sea Star Apartments
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TravelPod Member ReviewsSea Star Apartments Airlie Beach
Awesome place to go- we got a sweet deal and the couple looking after the place were super nice! Gorgeous, awesome, will definately be coming back to Airlie- and Sea Star if we get the same deal :D
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... Kev even gives me a cheeky shot of the parachute handles! I pull hard left, do a full pirouette whilst looking down and immediately feel my very confused stomach give a lurch...
After some lazy, downward spiralling (well for me anyway as I'm sure Kev wasn't lazily directing us towards the very narrow landing strip), I hoik my legs up, grab under my knees and we glide smoothly to a stop; our giant, floppy cloud folding in gracefully behind ...
... for On Ice. After introductions, Becky and laura from London - yes another laura which did get a little confusing on board - sat with us and again we started to spy on who else could be joining us. Again we were approached by another couple, this time from San Francisco - Dallas and Cynthia. Eventually the last member of our group turned up, and was a Scottish guy called Alan. Our skipper for the trip showed up shortly after that and introduced herself as Kat and said that we were ...
... group acquired a spot on the long sandbank, away from two other large tours. We were told that the beach gets 7 million visitors every year, I suspect however that most are on tours that don't stay for long which is why it wasn't overcrowded. With bags down, Jane and I went straight after the stingrays that we had spotted from above, keen for a bit of GoPro footage. We saw some, but they were scared and swam off when we got close.
As Jane and I waded back we ...
... see a turtle we swam back to the main coral system and not long after we saw an Epaulette shark! It was feeding on the bottom and was just over a meter long! The dive master got a good video of it and when the shark realised we were close, it swam up and strait underneath me before turning and swimming off! We followed it until we lost it in the distance. We carried on our dive, as we swam through a gap in the coral and dropped down a ledge ...
After the Barrier reef cruise we stayed another night on the nomads backpacker campsite in airlie beach, we were one of the oldest there but but it was a good site in the middle of town with a party atmosphere and loads of young backpackers all having fun as well as us! Airlie beach is a great resort with its own swimming lagoon which was great , wish we had one at home ,and it had plenty of bars etc but it's not a tacky town it's really ...