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Travel Blogs from Airlie Beach
... were there on Tuesday but apparently it was because there was a big cruise ship in the area. There were some interesting stalls but the keyboard flip flops (thongs) were probably the coolest item we saw. We got ourselves a freshly made mango sorbet and then sat on the beach front for a little bit.
After a wander through town we headed back to the site and now we are looking forward to that freshly caught mackerel.... and Mark has whipped up some chocolate mousse for ...
... ends up being the hardest thing to remember, but you get used to responding to someone calling out your country. The Whitesundays are as beautiful as they say, and I finally got to see the coveted turtle on the last snorkel trip. The crew explains the importance of not touching anything in the reef, but it's nice that they are basically are hands-off and let you explore it on your own. As usual, Australia is nowhere near as concerned about liability and risks as we are ...
... find open had the best almond croissants we had ever tasted.
Moved on to Airlie Beach, which was absolutely beautiful, but more on that next entry.
The Caves, good to see if you have never seen caves before.
Marlborough, great hotel deal attracting millionaires in their full size bus motorhome that expands sideway in many parts, and towing Land Cruisers. Rolled in for a cheap spot in a quiet grassy place.
Sarina, where the ...
Left early from Clermont and travelled towards Proserpine. Everything was green and lush but the weather was quite windy and cold. Had decided when leaving early that morning that I would wear shorts. Bad mistake! Back to jeans and cardigan I think. Had lunch in the park at Proserpine and travelled on towards Barb's and Tony's. ...