Martinique Whitsunday Resort
- Shuttle bus service
- High-speed internet in room
- Refrigerator in room
- Microwave in room
- Free High-Speed Internet
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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- …
... live music. The next day we again went and melted by the lagoon with ladies in our room. We all had a right hoot and ended up going out for dinner in the evening and finished with a gelly wrestling contest. I didn't enter the contest but we made Kylie do it. She did win but the commentator guy give the winnings to the other girl!! We only stayed for two nights here so we has to say our fair-wells to wonderful ladies (Kylie and Wendy) we met and headed on up to ...
... colourful reef. Not long before we had to go back to the boat, I turned around for some reason and sneaking between us and another group was a giant turtle! I’m sure he was waiting until we looked away to make his escape, but I caught him. He was no more than a metre away from us, and we swam along with him for as long as we could until he was off into the dark. These guys can grow to about 1.5m long and are an amazing thing to see so close. The ...
Today we have to be up early again but no worry about oversleeping thanks to our feathered neighbours. About 40 of us were aboard the huge purple catamaran Camira. We set out under power but as soon as we were clear of the mainland, and had a good breeze, the sails were set and the engines cut. It was idyllic as we sailed out through the islands. After a couple of hours all those who wished to snorkel were asked to assemble at the front of ...