Sailing the Whitsundays

A picture is worth a thousand words, right?

Well in efforts to keep me from blabbering on and on (something in which I am very prone to do) I will keep my words to a min. and pics to a max.

I do think it is safe to say, however, that my three days and three nights spent sailing on the Anachonda III,  and snorkeling the Whitsunday Islands and Great Barrier Reef was the absolute greatest adventure I have yet to experience! Even long after getting over my sea legs, I still get goosebumps thinking about what actually exists in the ocean down under. And the number of shooting stars that can be spotted on a clear night sky while in the middle of the peaceful ocean, is just breathtaking. To add to it all, was front row seats as we watched a dolphin swim about the boat for a good half hour.

Snorkel, eat, snorkel, drink, star gaze, sleep, sail, repeat. Seriously? I can get down with that!

Alright, I’m a woman of her word. Let the photos do the rest of the talking…

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Anachonda's Sensational Snorkel Team
Anachonda’s Sensational Snorkel Team

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2 thoughts on “Sailing the Whitsundays

  1. Beautiful, looks as fun as you’ve been describing! I may even use some of these photos for my presentation- thanks!

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