At Whitsunday Vista Resort
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- Shuttle bus service
- Swimming pool
- Room service
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... The wet suit did make me feel better but I wanted to cover my head, feet and hands too! Everyone sat on the side of the boat and were just jumping off whilst I sat with Lauren hesitant and certain something was going to eat me if I went in. It didn't help that the guide was throwing in fish pellets to lure them over to the boat. I eventually got in down the stairs staying beside everyone and anyone. I was actually quite disappointed when I went under, ...
... to identify some clearly inanimate, bobbing debris on our approach.
An hour later and the heat is playing riot with our perception as ever more ridiculous objects induce hopeful shouts and finger-pointing. We have by this point commenced a second run upriver from the camp and everyone's restlessness is manifesting itself in frantic biscuit munching and darting eyes; left, right, ahead, behind, right, munch munch, behind, ahead, left, nibble...
A great night's sleep at our cute little hotel overlooking Airlie Harbor -
Amazingly cute little village at Airlie. Lots of little shops and tons of restaurants. We spent the morning doing a little exploring and the girl did a little more shopping. Shopping??? What else could she possibly need? But some of the beach wraps and ...
... suits but we were content without, Julia on the other hand was content to look like a giant blue pooh.
Our second stop was Daydream island, enroute we passed George Harrison's clifftop holiday home, or it was. The Beatles - all dying in the wrong order. lunch voucher in hand we made our way to Mermaid Restaurant. Three bronze mermaids sit on rocks out in the ocean looking reassuringly expensive, while the hotel they belong to was bleak and dated. There's ...
... and it was hot, we ate with plates on laps sat on the open deck. The sleeping area was all below deck in timber bunks that lined the sides. The four staff, including one daughter along for the ride, crammed into the wheelhouse above the engine room.
We sailed to Cook Island, the northern most island of the Whitsundays. We were not far from a 30m long beach with no access inland and surrounded by thick forest. We anchored up for ...