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... and that is exactly what we will do. Our next chapter will take us through Asia!
Our time in Australia has definitely shaped us both in different ways and it has been an amazing unforgettable experience. I hope that our blogs have given you a small insight in our time here and I hope you have enjoyed the visual and reading material. Don’t worry… we will keep the updates going as we continue the travels whereas unfortunately from now on the trio will only be a ...
... my "usual" doctor (i.e., the doctor I've been to once before) but when I arrived, he was actual behind schedule (big surprise there), so I was asked if I minded seeing another doctor, which I didn't. After a quick look at my itinerary, the doctor advised I needed typhoid, hep A, and tetanus vaccinations. After checking in the fridge, he told me there was an oral vaccine for typhoid and I should probably have a flu shot too. It was the end of the flu season and the ...
... a walk, considering that it was about 40 degrees in the sun and not a millimetre of shade! We also spent a morning at the ‘Olgas’, which is part of the Uluru-Katatjuta National Park. We decided to go for a 4,2km hike and before getting ready for that one we went to watch the gorgeous sunrise of the Olgas and also Uluru. All in all we spent two full days at the Uluru-Katatjuta National Park and regardless of the long drive it was well worth it! In general, the ...
... Salvation Army Band. I could appreciate their skill. Once Reigan finally came out, a grey haired English woman tried to muscle in on our spot. Glen stood his ground despite all her elbow action and attempts at charm, and she finally gave up. After that we had a lot of trouble finding somewhere nice for lunch. And we both kept getting lost and walking in circles. ...
... grape vines and oranges growing in his garden he shows us round with a beaming smile. He's sold a two up two down in Melling, Liverpool for a little slice of paradise and without any debt. He says the bored and self entitled UK teenagers found terrorising estates at home just don't exist here, they're out running, cycling, surfing. You can't leave school without an apprenticeship (of which there are many) or further education plans and crime is low. The sun is out and ...