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When we started researching Australia, and the great barrier reef in particular, this resort came up several times. After we booked it I happened to see on the Discovery channel that it was listed in the top 10 most beautiful places to stay. These pictures can't even capture the true beauty here. Cockatoos and Wallabies start the morning off right …
... point which meant we could see miles of turquoise ocean with swirls of bright white sand. It was beautiful - a beach unlike anything I've ever seen before. Walking on the sand was like walking on talcon powder. The sand is 90% silica and is the 2nd best beach in the world (the sand has even been used for nasa telescopes). I exfoliated with the sand and cleaned my teeth with it and generally chilled out in the water. There were endless photo oppotunities - we did a ...
... us the Lagoon was out of bounds
at night. I got out, but Lene was in her own little world, singing at
the top of her voice unaware of the devastating news. I laughed, but
when he threatened to call the police, I decided it was time to take her
The next morning, for some stupid, and I mean really stupid reason, we
took a lift with the Finnish guys. Yes, that's right, we were on our way
Now, I ...
... I finally saw what I thought was a dolphins tale and after jumping up and down shouting "Omg a dolphin!!" I was told it was a sea cow called a Dugong which apparently is very very rare. I still want to see a dolphin up close but Im hoping I will see them in New Zealand.
So after the marine wildlife we took a speedboat to the island. It was a little walk but apparently theirs snakes on ...