Whitsunday On The Beach
- Swimming pool
- Free High-Speed Internet
- Wheelchair accessibility
- Free parking
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TravelPod Member ReviewsWhitsunday On The Beach Airlie Beach
Our room was clean and well equipped with a kitchen etc. Right beside the lagoon, it was perfect for the two girls. The small town of Aiirlie is perfect for what we wanted and well positioned for taking the Barrier Reef tours.
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... I had enjoyed the jump immensely, I suddenly felt queasy. I think it was a combination of factors – the adrenaline, the shock to the senses, the twists and turns in the descent, and the last minute plummet to the ground. But it didn’t matter. I had done my first ever skydive and it was fantastic. I couldn’t have asked for a better jump in a better location. It was everything I imagined it would be ...
... That was a nice treat. The ride out to the islands was great. This area of the world is so beautiful. Our first stop was at a snorkel site. We snorkeled for about an hour about barrier coral. This is coral that forms around the edges of islands. The snorkeling wasn't great. Well, others thought it was good. We were just so spoiled by our trip to the reef last week that this seemed to come up short. Don't get me wrong, it was really fun floating around with the ...
... and absorb the world in such a vividly different way. Everything is so peaceful and there is suddenly an intense separation from all the activity and hurry of the days that suck us up on the ground. It's comparable to the time I went scuba diving with the fear of your oxygen tank exploding replaced by the fear of some ditsy, pointy-beaked bird smashing into the pink and blue blankets holding you up.
We drift around and about Airlie ...
... and it's certainly no exaggeration. They're such amazing delicate creatures and after getting the air she needed, she headed back down for some more food. After doing some reading about the reef, it's dreadful to realise that 60% of dead turtles are found to have ingested some plastic rubbish that they've found in the sea, and that is thought to be the cause of their death. Puts rubbish recycling and care into a whole new perspective. After that, we had a bit to eat and then ...
... saw a very strange creature, he wasn't sure what it was but Spike jumped on its back and they rode out to sea. They came across some pirates who tried in vain to sink them but his new creature friend had magical powers and turned the Pirates into stone. The fish in the sea were beautiful and friendly, they spent the afternoon singing songs and telling stories. ...