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I will just explain first that in 1998/99 I backpacked around Australia for a year on my own on a 12 month working visa, I then went back with my partner in 2001 for 4 months, we met when I got back to the UK after the first year and have been together now for nearly 13 years, and we both love to travel. On my first year I met some great people who …
Dann gings weiter in den Urwald.
Spontan entschieden sich die Schweizer mit uns mitzufahren, sie waren
ja im Camper unterwegs. Wir also Auto geholt und diesmal Glück
gehabt: Ein Altise mit Automatik und guter Klima und ab nach Cape
Tribulation, 200km nördlich von Cairns.
Am Weg wieder mal stehen …
... Trib, where we were staying for the night. Theres absolutely nothing at Cape Trib apart from the most unbelievable scenery and beautiful beach which we walked right along and chilled out on.
Our campsite for the next night was right in Daintree. In Daintree we headed to Daintree Organic Tropical Fruit farm where we were doing some fruit tasting. It was run by this couple who ...
After the tremendous highlight of swimming with manta rays on Ningaloo Reef in WA, we decided that we needed to go all-out for a great day on the GBR. Particularly after our trip in the Whitsundays was slightly underwhelming (well, the bad weather didn't help!).
So, rather than just going to Green Island from Cairns, or the Low Isles ...
We picked up the caravan out of storage and drove to Cape Tribulation in the hope that we could go snorkelling on the Great Barrier Reef. The day we booked turned out to be sunny with no wind - the perfect conditions ...
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