Martinique Whitsunday Resort
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- Shuttle bus service
- Free High-Speed Internet
- Swimming pool
- Wireless internet connection in room (free)
- Refrigerator in room
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2 Aug departed Townsville at 10.05 we had to be escorted out by police because of a roadblock caused by a 'fun run'. Another long straight road run to Ayr were we had coffee and sticky bun.
Then onto Bowen, filled up with 38.57Lts of petrol cost $47.02 speedo reading 876.3Kms nothing else here for us so onto Airlie Beach not a lot of …
After completing the blog last night we began our preparations for dinner. Andrea had baked this delicious potato casserole. We had lamb and chicken and vegetables which I was assigned to barbecue with the warning "don't blow yourself up". The barbecue was a four burner monster, lurking menacingly in an alcove by the pool. There were instructions …
No not the Garden of Eden but close.
Brilliant blue skies greeted our day as we set off on our $48.00 cab fare to the airport. "Would you like to travel via the tunnel"? the driver asked, sure I said, so a $35.00 ride for 16 minutes became somewhat greater. Another lesson learned.
We met our niece, Andrea, at the airport and got re- …
... of shorts. We had some food at an awesome burger place, then there was the street parade. All of the local shops and businesses had floats, mostly reef/nautical themed. However, there was an awesome minions float (the minions were on segways!) And a questionable float with a clown that looked like Jimmy Saville. Lots of fun watching them go along the main street......then we spot an absolute lad. A 70yr odd old guy in a Hawaiian shirt, bright rainbow trousers and a ...
... company. We plan to catch up again on the way back down. We haven't seen him in about 23 years but it was just like old times in SI. A 6 hour drive from Rocky to Airlie Beach along some moderately boring highway. My ranking system for boring roads had to be modified after several parts of central Aus, parts of the Kimberley and of course the Nullaboring all of which were endured last year. I did see 2 emus (yes, 2!) many dead wallabies and a dead bandicoot but that ...