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... moet mijn geluks straat zijn geweest. Het was een beetje triest voor de Aussies die met 3-1 verloren van Chile.
We wandelen naar de supermarket voor wat boodschappen en gingen bij de locale slager langs voor mooi spek en een bbq packet voor de avond.
Na het ontbijt gingen we een tour doen door de Bundaberg Rum distilerij. We hadden een erg leuke colombiaanse tour guide en kregen top shelf rum tasting om ...
... them all... Some were rather nice... But my favourite is still the original ginger beer. I remembered Phoenix saying something about ginger jelly babies... I couldn't see any here in the shop so maybe she was talking about some other place.. Oh well.... Thought it would be a nice present for mum.. I know she likes ginger. I'll keep my eyes pealed for the rest of the trip .... By this time it was lunch time.. So I made my way into Bundaberg ...
... to teach english to underprivileged kids over the world who is anyone to tell you otherwise. There are undoubtedly companies and individuals who will try and rip you off for your good nature and goals, the point is you find out for yourself, you see the world and you learn for all your mistakes. Youngsters all over the world live in an age where opportunities are scarce, now more than ever they should be encouraged to follow a idea and help bridge the global gap ...
... unsuccessful and we saw ZERO wild koalas. We figure the government might just put those signs up to keep drivers looking for the these cuddly bears, so they can pull over if they see them and have cuddles. This is what Kim thinks anyways.
We stopped in Yeppoon for the night, and had some great Mackerel fish and chips, before watching the Fruit bat nightly migration along the beach. Kim giggled with glee as it is getting close to her favourite holiday... ...
... excellent with, you guessed it, samples to taste at the end.
After lightening our wallets in the Bundy shop we went to the Coopery to see the coopers make wooden barrels. Joe liked this shop so he bought bits of their offcuts and wood shavings from the floor, the things people spend money on. Back to camp to settle for another night.
In the morning we explored the beaches in the immediate area, most of which were ...
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