Boathaven Spa Resort
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- Airport Transportation
- Babysitting service
- Wireless internet connection in room (surcharge)
- Wireless internet connection in room (free)
- Refrigerator in room
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... rounds of 21. Will at this point was very funny. We then rejoined the entertainment to find Maria starting off the karaoke. Us girls decided our first track to be 'Like a Virgin' Several songs later and me and Zoe making appearances as back up dancers. We were serenaded by Jonty and his rendition of 'I believe I can fly' it was a wonderful moment for us all. One final group number of Grease with boys and ...
... with maybe 50 sites, mostly with grey nomads staying on them, and a few other families. It has been very peaceful -, well except for my kids.
We have so far played at the local beach, driven down to the local beach resort for a lazy lunch, and plan to take a day trip to Daydream Island from Airlie if we can manage to part with the ...
... br> Its funny, on the drive (6 hours) we saw heaps of 4wd’s caked with red dust, some of them were originally white we think but you could not tell the colour and they were all packed up with some serious survival gear. When we stopped for petrol, I heard some guys talking while filling up their triumph motor bikes, about the "red cake cars" and how many more there were than the last time they were up this way and apparently they are actual ...
... though. After lunch, because it was windy enough, we put the sails up and sailed all the way back to Airlie Beach. I got to steer the boat for the last part too! Walked back to the hostel via the coastal path before wandering along the streets looking at the shops and buying some stamps. Just waiting to meet up with the rest of the group for ...
... it was a nice area, modern with a lot of galleries & theatres but we just walked along the river. It consisted of a walk broken up with a rainforest trail, cafes, a Nepalese pagoda & noticeable an artificial beach. The beach itself was undergoing maintenance when we passed but ideally located for views of the skyline & near the river, you could see how it would be busy in the height of summer! From here we crossed a pedestrian bridge to the north side of the river ...