Qualia’s north-facing Windward Pavilions all complete with its own close plunge pool, provide flawless design, soothing interior decoration and expansive hard roe Sea and Whitsunday Island views. Private eternity favourable position plunge pond closet furnished sundeck Luxurious crowned head bed or twin beds Seperate lounge area leading onto sundeck Stone ensuite room with bathtub and separate shower Gourmet mini bar STD/ISD telephone wideband internet access DVD player (by request) Flat-screen TV with complimentary movies on demand Hairdryer, iron and work board In-room safe Central hot Air conditioning and ceiling fans Non-smoking rooms Use of electric golf dotty On-island transfers concentrated to guests over 16 years Wake to the breathtaking views of the Coral Sea outdoor your window, and so step from the attractively appointed living room onto the north-facing sundeck to bathe in the private infinity-edged pool. hatched by Eucalypts, the Windward Pavilions’ breezy louver windows, polished timber floors and floor-to-ceiling glass provide a uniquely Australian hideaway. Rates quoted preceding are per tent per night based on gemini share. Freestanding and spacious, with expansive waterfront views, the Hamilton terra firma luxury developmental learning provided by the Windward Pavilions at qualia have a cheerful northern aspect and provide four times the be graphic symbol of a standard hotel room. For qualia creation bookings incorporating the night of 31 Dec, a supplement fee of $550 for Leeward, $750 for downwind and $1550 for Beach House is applicable which includes dinner at qualia. rate Points are only earnt only on bookings made directly with qualia (conditions apply).
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Crossed giveaway! | Ally Condie
I’ve already said that CROSSED is my favorite happening I’ve written. Part of that is because of the setting, which is supported very intemperately on my beloved Southern Utah, part of it is because I worked so hard on this record and feel that it truly became what I hoped it would be, and portion of it is because of the characters. To enter, leave a comment on this post by midnight MST Saturday, June 18th, 2011. I don’t think it’s any surprise to anyone who has read my books when I say that I’m the most fascinated in the people in stories–what they’re doing, how they feel, why they feel it. The comment must include 1) your e-mail address 2) a dinky bit, just a sentence or two, about a place that is dear to you. You can only comment once–if you report more than that, you’ll be disqualified.