At Whitsunday Vista Resort
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- Microwave in room
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... photos with them. The highlight was feeding the giant stingrays (one weighed 90kg). You have to slide your hand right up under them and then they suck the food out of your hand while making loud gulping sounds, a very unusual feeling. Their texture was surprisingly soft and squishy. The shovelnose rays also came into to be fed.
It was then time to climb back into our life jackets and climb aboard the jetski. To be honest, I was not looking forward to the ...
... to protect the wild ones being hunted too extinction. They only started doing this in the early 70s as the wild ones where nearly hunted to extinction, for their skins mainly, as they are used widely for "fashionable" accessories such as bags boots and belts. A necessary evil. This rounded off the day and it was back onto the coach to the hostel.
The afternoon and evening was spent chilling and chatting in and around the hostel ...
... cane and plentiful orchards - which I assume were offering apples. Seeing the sugar cane being hauled along in trucks is quite amazing. It has its own railway system transporting it from A to B as far as I could see. The trucks are all interconnected in huge long lines going on for what seemed like miles. This part of the trip is a little squ-whiffy as we were unable to change our original flights without quite a hefty fee yet we wanted to see the Whitsunday's so we ...
... thank god for after sun. However, were still winning as Vic fell asleep in her rubber dingy and has the most questionable tan lines now. We then moved on and sailed to Hayman Island and went snorkelling. Unfortunately as my lungs are as useful as a **** in a spacesuit, asthma stopped me from being able to scuba dive. Can't deny it, this made me sad. However I saw some super wicked little and big fishys. We had ...
... view of Bowen, it's beaches, bays and islands, but the access road at the bottom had a no caravans sign. Gerda was driving, so she got to do a very tight U turn with the caravan behind. The rest of the trip was uneventful till we got into Airlie Beach itself and the GPS was telling us to go down the main street, but they have rerouted traffic around the main st and made it a mall. Bit tricky when you expect one thing from previous visits and it is quite different this time. ...