Boathaven Spa Resort
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- Airport Transportation
- Laundry facilities (self serve)
- High-speed internet in room
- High-speed internet in room (surcharge)
- Swimming pool
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... a hilarious challenge for the group- mainly Scarlett and I, as you could probably guess, the clumsiest pair of the group. Skinny Rupert insisted on 'lifting' us into the boat and I appeared to be the guinea pig of the Expendabelles. I got half way in and decided I wasn't too keen on holding hands with English Rupert any longer and so let go, sliding back into the water, much to the amusement of onlookers. The second go was much more successful as my shoulder hit ...
... tried to cool the shower with cold water found both taps delivering only very hot water. Different! Usually obtaining a hot shower is the problem.
That night I was awoken by a loud, crunching noise. It sounded like an old washing machine cranking itself up on it's final spin. But it went on and on. Jim snored contentedly through it. I thought he should wake and go and find out what was happening but he was in such a deep sleep it took 5 minutes, a lot of calling of his name ...
... to us and heading for Japan. The Queen Victoria is currently in New Zealand and will be in Sydney on 12 March when Queen Mary arrives there. Welcomed at Abell Point by a band and volunteers handing out maps and ushering us onto a shuttle bus to the township. Enjoyed a "real" cappuccino and seeing markets set up on the esplanade. No swimming because of stingers but there were camel rides and ...
... we didn't start work until Wednesday. That morning I took my time getting ready and getting the room organised and went down to Front Street for a wander, I call Front Street the main strip because that is where all the shops, restaurants (aside from a couple) and Bars are.That afternoon I met Krispin at the beach fro a swim, see photos 'Beach 1', 'Beach 2', 'Beach 3' and 'Beach 4' and Sophie and Ellese later joined us after getting back from the main land. That night we went ...
... told there are only around 1100 left in the wild (I still haven't fact checked this) and that we were also very lucky to see them. Ok - anyway, drove the boat right up on the island beach and started a short little hike. 10 minutes later, there it was, the view we came here for. We looked out over all of the Whitsunday channel. This view alone might be worth the trip to Australia. The white sandbars are constantly changing with the tides. So if you sit up there for ...