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Travel Blogs from Airlie Beach
Airlie was just what we needed! It is a small attractive harbor town, that has been turned into a party scene for the vast number of backpackers who descend on the place for sailing trips around the Whitsundays. Whilst we had fun on the road less traveled, it turned out less rewarding than we'd hoped. So we decided it was time to check back into a …
... to the maxing it ain't too taxing'! After soaking up waay to much sun we decided to go to the Internet cafe to try and download the pictures of our Whitsunday's trip. There were some awesome pictures I cannot wait to get them from Facebook! Although we were all tired from our lethargic day, we decided to go out on Airlie again. We went to Magnums which was full of bogan Aussies (rowdy douchebag types for those who ...
... smaller boat that takes people from the big boat to islands). I must have been playing with Mr Turtle for a while! I was the only person left snorkelling and I saw the jetty coming towards me full of people. Tina the decky who was driving the boat gave me the hand signal to see if I was ok. I gave the ok signal back and then she took that to mean he is fine to carry on snorkelling and she would take the others back to the boat. I was only saying I was ok, I still would've liked ...
... climatised it was very pleasant. Relaxing by the van afterwards we looked up to see a flock of ducks making a beeline for us. In unison, they came directly at us between the campsites. They were joined by two galahs, then another.... and another. Then a couple of ibis bore down towards us as well. (At the park they feed the birds at 4pm and then the birds check out the campsites for any soft touches that might feed them. It seems we appear to be likely suspects). The growing ...
To make ravioli we had to make the sheets of pasta, then press 2 together in the ravioli press whilst adding filling... fiddly and frustrating. By some fluke our first try was perfect, however, second run we managed to spread the filling EVERYWHERE!
Several hours, 2 kilos of flour, countless laughing fits, and a few hundred pieces of ravioli later we were finished.
I invented a new game during our ...
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