Part 1 #contikistorytellers – Sailing the Whitsundays, Queensland2015-11-152016-07-06https://wheresmollie.com/wp-content/uploads/2020/04/blog-header-wm-1-e1587060498698_010db662fe5a7d8a52e00f4c337e20ec.pngWhere's Mollie?https://wheresmollie.com/wp-content/uploads/2015/11/PB140324-5.jpg200px200px
36 hours, 3 planes, 2 transits, 1 boat and 1 taxi later, I made it to Airlee Beach – the gateway to The Whitsundays.
After unpacking and reminiscing as i strolled through the quiet little town of Airlee beach – we headed to Cactus Jack’s (a Mexican restaurant on the sea front), where we met the rest of the dream team and begun bonding over some INCRED food.
Jet lag had us all in bed pretty early and ready for our 6am start.
As much as it was a serious struggle having missed 2 full nights sleep due to the flight over from London, NONE of us were complaining.
Are you ready for an adventure?
I’m actually heading out for dinner right now, so will have to fill in the blanks and save the details in the post for later. But these photos are just too beautiful to hold back.
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