Grand Mercure Azure Sea
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... for my caffeine fix! Ooooooh a cockroach! Right by my feet. He's fine - we put him outside....but he then proceeded to cling onto the outer door (the bug catcher) as if to say 'oh! Let me back in!!!!'. This is when I worry a little that some creature will end up getting into our little creatures cot. I think he's ok in there. I certainly awoke a few times last night as I'm a little worried his new climbing prowess will enable him to caterpault himself out of his cot, up ...
... and throwing things at and generally monkeying around. So nice not have to pole vault a cot or sleeping husband to go for a middle of the night pee! I am trying to encourage Rafe to sleep now but it is failing miserably so I have chucked a few books in the cot for entertainment. We've done two incredible walks yesterday and today which has meant he's nodded off on Mike's back for a morning snooze and thus refuses to sleep at lunchtime but I need a little time out from ...
... and was available if we wished to use it. There are a few residents around enjoying their holidays. The whole park is an area of one hundred and fifty acres. We asked if there were any caravan sites and were sadly informed there isn't and not likely to be. Never mind we thought just to be able to visit and enjoy the scenery, the beach, and look out to see the islands on this part of the coast is enough. Having got our fill, in both senses we head back to Airlie Beach. We have ...
... br> differences. Just to add to this impact
it is almost full moon so we are looking at 6.5m tides. We think our departure timing is correct, but
alas, it is not and we push a 1.5kn tide all day finally arriving at ‘the
Dukes’ at 1430. The route is dotted with islands along the way and is quite
interesting, the Dukes themselves are quite barron having been used for cattle
grazing. Upon entering the island group
a huge harbour like area opens ...
... despite the hills and how unfit I was, was lovely, as it wound around the lagoon and harbour. Then it was time to get back to camp and get the kids showered and dinner sorted (again!). Unfortunately these last few days of our trip seem to be flying. Monica and Terry are heading off tomorrow to spend the night with Kerry & Helen in Mackay, before we meet back up with them at Louises's in ...