Martinique Whitsunday Resort
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- Shuttle bus service
- Wireless internet connection in room (free)
- Refrigerator in room
- Microwave in room
- High-speed internet in room
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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- …
... our last night in Airlie, we was invited to a Whitsundays after party that was to be attended by crew and passengers at a bar, with cheap drinks, food and also karaoke!!! It was a lot of fun! We braved the mic once, but left it to the drunks, keenos, and a really really cute 90 year old guy who loved a ballad to dominate the stage!! It was a lovely way to round off the trip, we all exchanged facebooks ( it's the thing to do to stay in touch) and partied until the early morning. ...
... us and took lots of photos, so all the underwater ones you see here are from his camera, not ours. We then went zipping back across the waters to Abel Point where Tim went tearing around in circles and zig-zags in the boat to scare the pants off we three older folks and thrill the 22 young ones! It was truly a great day, one to be remembered! Airlie Beach will be a great memory for us...! ...
... Nothing is set up – he didn’t know if there’d be a crab or not. There were two females. He has no tolerance for those who don’t respect the power and nature of crocs, and can barely contain himself when people get drinking, decide to jump into the river, get bitten (or worse), and then the croc is hunted as a villain. He contends the croc has done its job – ...