at Waterfront Whitsunday Retreat
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- Shuttle bus service
- Continental Breakfast
- Swimming pool
- Free High-Speed Internet
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... line-height: 15.8599996566772px;">Sat in their hammocks for 2 hours reading. Fell asleep for a while. Decided to go have showers then another hot dog for tea. The hot dogs are actually just a piece of bread with a sausage and onions.
Did the Quiz again, this time it was on Australia and we were with a French couple and french girl who had been a Au Pair.
Didn't do well on the quiz. Came last.
... it, so I had to have a go! My first attempt was ok, but my second was a disaster and I think some people including my family are still laughing!!! I did have another go and redeemed myself a bit, but at least I had a go Judi and Hazel!!!!!
After that I volunteered to jump off the bowsprit with one of the crew and one of the other passengers, once we got up there they told me they were going to dive, but I not that stupid, they dived I jumped.
After lunch ...
... rhythm of the sea soothing me to sleep and I never woke until morning. Breakfast was at 6.30am, a nice early start, but refreshing to be up at that time, in middle of the sea, with a whole day of adventure ahead. First stop was Whitsunday Island, to see the postcard perfect Whitehaven Bay. It did not fail to disappoint, glorious aqua green and crystal blue waters, with gentle white rushes of calm waves and as the name suggests glorious white sands that stretched for miles. ...
... Our Whitsundays trip began from Airlie Beach, a lively seaside town where boozed-up backpackers show off their newly-acquired tans - and white bits - to members of the opposite sex. There are also plenty of classy eateries and bars, where families, couples and older tourists soak up the beautiful views across the bay and harbour. Early one morning we, along with ten others, boarded Iceberg, a boat which ...
... the fabulous shops along the main street. Airlie has certainly gone up market since I was last here - shops, cafes, bars and restaurants. Its bye bye to the backpackers and hello DINKs, which is a little sad if you ask me - the backpackers add a life and colour to the town (especially if you're a people watcher like me).
Today we took the stand up paddle board out for a spin off the foreshore. Gav, who is obviously the most coordinated and expert at ...