We got up for the free breakfast at 8am and then got ready to check out of the hostel at 10am. Gina went down to Westpac for when they opened at 9.30am to collect her bank card but the lady at the branch in Cairns forgot to send it overnight. Gina was not happy and the only reason we stayed 2 nights in Townsville was to get the bank card from Westpac. They are now sending it to Airlie Beach. It was really annoying as we could had gone to Airlie Beach sooner. We got a bus to Breakwater Terminal and waited for the Greyhound bus to arrive at 10.45am. We are heading to Airlie Beach today. It took us around 4 hours to get there. The bus dropped us off at the bus shelter. We were not sure where our hostel was and all the other hostels offered a free pick up. We found out that one of the hostels was right next to where we needed to go so we asked nicely if we could get a lift there. It was fine. We arrived at Magnums around 3.30pm where we are staying for 3 nights. We went out and had a look around. Airlie Beach is quite small and all the accommodation, bars, shops and restaurants are on one long street. We walked around the lagoon and then went to the supermarket to get food supplies. There isn't much to do here in Airlie Beach as it is the gateway to the Whitsundays. On the way back to the hostel we saw some of the lads Andy, Pops and Axel. They have been getting drunk every night so they said they will be having a quiet one tonight. They are here until Friday and then they are off on the Whitsundays sailing trip. In the evening we went to cook our dinner. The kitchen is really small so we had to wait for ages. Afterwards we went to the lads dorm room to catch up with all of them. They were playing drinking games and were being really anti-social towards us so we left them to it. We chilled out for the rest of the evening and then went to bed. We could hear the lads outside as their dorm room wasn't that far away from ours. They sounded very drunk so there quiet night didn't really go to plan lol. We could hear them all shouting out 'Beer Beer' in Swedish. Something Daniel and Axel had taught us back in New Zealand.