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Just got back from my Fraser Island trip and it was an amazing 3 days.
This experience has been one of my favorite so far. Our group consisted of 25 fun backpackers and a great tour guide. On the island I had my first experience driving a car here, seeing a dingo, we went to a couple cool locations, went swimming a lot, hung out on the beach, and just enjoyed the time we had.
Tonight I will be taking a over night bus to Airlie Beach to see Whitsunday Islands.
... it's sharks!!!
Back at the beach resort for dinner there was roast lamb, beef and pork. Was quite nice to have a roast for the first time in over 2 months. We then headed to the bar for a few beers, and met up with a couple of english girls and some german lads who we'd met on the trip, and the guide who was a pretty cool old aussie guy. Also saw a Huntsman Spider sitting on a wall.
Esme's favourite thing ...
... It was an impressive lake, made all the more impressive by the fact it was made on sand, but having just visited the Whitsundays, it didn't really compete.
At lunch break a monitor lizard waltzed through the middle of our feed, unfazed by all the people. Two Kookaburras lined up on tree branches just as we were leaving. One even caught a fly and eat it. Both animals are pretty rare but both have obviously cottoned on that there's a free food source.
... lake which was a picturesque perch dune lake 150m above sea level. we visited another Basin lake and went for a beautiful forest walk. we were treated to a buffet Steak dinner at Kingfisher Bay Resort and shared Rachel and Rye's goon. (Our first goon, and my first Australian Goon hangover followed! Apparently its a right of passage!) 8/2/15 we had a long drive along the beach approaching high tide which made for interesting driving! ...
... who was soooo hungover, and I was trying to convince the bus driver to throw her off for being drunk as 'it is not tolerated on greyhound busses'. When I checked in there was a really funny/flappy/100mph girl checking in front of me who cracked me up just watching her check in. That girls name is Maxine Owen and she became part of my Fraser Island family later on.... We were put in groups of 8 (Maxine, Ross, Sean, Matty, Ash, Monique, Emma) and we had to watch a safety ...
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