Waters Edge Resort
- Shuttle bus service
- Room service
- Swimming pool
- Free High-Speed Internet
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... had some dinner - which was again, fabulous! We had spag Bol with garlic bread and salad. I had the vegetarian option, which was lovely, and the others said the meat option was lovely too! And again, we had multiple portions, we were in our element! I think I ended up having 6/7 garlic breads, and could have easily ate some more but didn't want to seem (too) greedy! In the evening, we drank some more beers (and goon in fact) and spent parts of the night chilling, whilst we ...
Last time I Landed here was about 40 years ago ... just a Gras-strip then but a couple Guy's Flying People out to the Reef in a Lake Buccaneer and a Beaver. Now it is a full blow Charter Operation with Fixed Wings and Helicopters flying Tourist around. Friendly Staff AvGas availability and only a short ride into Town make this a good stop. In high Wind conditions the approach is Interesting ...
... and their testicles (called Bush Oysters) sliced and cooked. As one said ,"it sounds gross but they are delicious".
The teacher told us that after the last camp she asked one boy if he had a long drive home. His reply, " Oh no, Miss Pollard, it's only seven hours"! We had been made to feel very welcome at the School.
After Mount Isa we started our trek back eastwards towards the coast, spending a day and a half crossing very flat Savannah grassland, so dry it ...
... sat with a coffee watching the sun rise behind a well vegetated Whitsunday Island. The water was tranquil so the sun just bounced off it. We had an equally impressive sun set the previous night - we really have been lucky with weather considering it's the wet season in the tropics.
After breakfast we made tracks to Whitehaven Beach on Whitsunday Island. We landed at Tongue Bay, the opposite side of Whitehaven Beach. We walked through the jungle ...
... Whitsunday islands was a horizon of Robinson Crusoe islands all with white powdery beaches. This would be a good place to do a skydive, I thought. This is somewhere unique, somewhere beautiful, somewhere special. I've always wanted to do a skydive. The idea of it doesn't scare me. I love flying and don't mind heights and I don't fear the idea of jumping out a plane. So why not? If I'm going to do one, I might as well do ...