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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... card with number 13 on it. "What's that?" I said. "Um, I've bet on a toad. 13 is our lucky number remember and he jumps well!" "How much did you bet?" I asked... Ness paused and looked even guiltier.... "Thirty five dollars...but he jumps well..." "35 dollars!!" I cried in disbelief. "I don't care if he can jump to the moon. It's a toad race for god's sake, can't we just watch?!!"
I quickly forgave Ness ...
... welche etwa 2m groß ist (!!!) und die andere ist die Irukandji-Qualle, welche nur 1-2cm groß und eher selten ist. Auch wenn der Box Jellyfish gruseliger klingt, ist der Irukandji eigentlich gefährlicher, da man ihn nicht sehen und dann fliehen kann. Um einem Stich mit einen dieser Kreaturen vorzubeugen, darf man zwischen Oktober und April, wenn die Quallen unterwegs sind, nur mit einem Stinger Suit (Quallenschutzanzug) ins Meer. Dies ist ein Anzug, welcher aussieht ...
Another early plane ride to the area of the Great Barrier Reef. We landed on Hamilton Island and took a shuttle to the Reef View Hotel. We walked into our room and were greeted with a fantastic view and two cockatoos sitting on our porch railing. After lunch beside the largest pool I have ever seen and an hour's nap, we hauled out our bathing suits and headed for the beach. We feel like we are ...
Today was our final day in the Whitsundays. We'd all slept much better than the previous night- the bay where we'd dropped anchor for the night was much more sheltered and calm. The morning was spent kayaking around the bay. The double kayaks were inflatable but were quite comfortable and the bay was so calm that paddling was easy. We were told to look out for turtles but some of the group were so noisy I think they would've heard us coming a mile off! We pulled up at a beach and walked ...
... on the sofa, when he was gently woke up to go home at 1am, he dazed and confused much like a small child who falls asleep in the car and wakes up in his bed. The moral of the story is, 3 nights of drinking may be Joes limit, however he did manage to sleep soundly in the hot car every night so who really is the winner here? Airlie Beach was kind to us, it was great to catch up with Hutch, swim with turtles and see the absolutely stunning swirling sands. Onwards and ...