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... pythons, whalesharks, swimming next to crocodiles in Darwin, running on Cable Beach, meeting some new friends at Wilpena Pound - Chloe and Mia,
Harri: swimming with whalesharks, catching cane toads in the Bungles,
Me (Georgi): so many sights ticked off my Aussie bucketlist: Uluru - even better than I'd hoped; swimming with whale sharks; spending a morning alone at the Bungles, sunset at 80 Mile Beach at low tide; the ...
... later through the mountain off the beaten track we had arrived! First on my to do list was to crack open a cider, second on my to do list was to check out my pee tree, thirdly was to set up our swags and have some lunch!! We pull out our sausages and everyone has bought with them spat bowl, massive joints of meat, potatoes and veggies to cook a roast, they have pancakes for breakfast along with hot cross buns, if I didn't see for myself where we were and what we were sleeping in and ...
... randomly at an Opal miners shop. We all walked in; out of curiosity. A warm welcome by the shop owner Jonas, a grandchild of the former and founder of Melbourne's once prosperous Zoo. Taking us through to the front room he began to show us exotic reptiles and spiders that he so happened to keep in the shop. Including, blue tongue lizards, Huntsman spiders and one of the deadliest spiders of all the Redback. Then he began to explain the ins and outs of Opal, how ...
... s most popular coastal routes running along the south-western part.
PS – two days before leaving we sat on the beach with Danny, Dallas & Katie, a few beers and some wine when all of a sudden a pack of six dolphins swims right up to about 20 meters off the beach. The dolphins swam around for a few minutes before heading off into the great ocean. Even these lovely mammals came to say goodbye, what a symbolism for what we are about to start… See you guys soon for the next ...
... just, like, totally random too. It was Pixie. What? You must remember Pixie. She was the one with a tattoo of an ice cream on her arm. "Anyway," she asks " how are you going in Adelaide?" At this point she stands up and jumps off at a tram stop so we never get to hear how her friend in Adelaide is going. She wanted everyone in the tram to share in these riveting details of her life so I thought I would share them with you too.
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