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... going home, but sad to be leaving such a beautiful country, I'd gladly go back and redo the whole trip again, I'm proud of myself having driven across the whole country and tackling those long and windy roads, that in itself was a challenge for me, coming across rockslides as we neared Queenstown was a bit scary as I had wondered what would happen if there was one and it hit the car, would we be buried or go over the top.
There were times we ...
... meet up with the road we should have taken alongside the park and said we could cut across the park and take the straight up to the top where we couldn't miss it. Following her finger we came out on to Mintaro Park and cut across the oval to the opposite side, where we could see a straight uphill road. At the other peaceful park side, Andy disturbed a flock of galahs rummaging around in the grass, sending them at once flying and squawking into the sky circling the ...
... the dolphins breaking the surface in the bay. The flies here are torturous and we moved just as soon as the pod did. Kings Park overlooks the city skyscrapers and is home to a flock of tie dyed parrots and a domesticated duck. We sat for a continental picnic watching the veterans prepare for Anzac Day, before wandering through the new botanical gardens. Emma says two gay guys hurt their necks checking me out as I was photographing the bay. Emma can't walk past a ...
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My journey in Australia started in Perth where I was hosted by Sandy, an Australian I met while travelling in Vietnam. For 5 days Sandy was my lovely Australian mum who served me delicious Australian dishes (except Vegemite), who was always worried that someone could rob me if I walk around alone in dangerous Perth and who was my personal guide.
When I arrived in Perth, Sandy had ...
... Port and City dates back to the early 1800's and has a convict history too!
I didn't know that- from about the 1840's convicts were sent to WA as labourers to help establish the colony. Built roads, bridges, port structures and even had to build their own goal.