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... what will happen before October. There are some great drives and hikes on the Big island which I am also looking forward to I love driving and views and interesting walks. We think of Hawaii as tropical but the Big Island can be desert-like in parts, those pesky Volcanoes again. We were staying in our own little home and catering for ourselves. We includes 5 people, myself and my friends Lyn, Karen and Sarah and not to forget Ben an active ...
So our flight was leaving at around 9am which is really 8am so I got up at just after 5 am which is really 4am because Glen said we needed to be in a taxi by 7am which is really 6 am because regardless of the traffic it takes "half hour" to get to the airport. I had a terrible sleep. Kept worrying I wouldn't wake up even though we set 2 alarms. We were ready to go at 6.47am which is really 5.47 am and Glen, who is a precision timekeeper, said we were "early". By the way - ...
... gym at the hostel. Tuesday - Brisbane Run-ia and I started our day with a beach run which was lovely, apart from when we had a mini heart attack when we couldn't find our trainers at the end. Then it was time to board the shuttle bus to the bus station to catch our next coach to Brisbane. It was Greyhound buses one Laura nil when I had to sit next to a man with smelly breath who talked about Wind Farms for the entire ...
... the road and we are now only about 100km from Brisbane. The coastline is now starting to get a lot more urban and built up. The beaches are starting to become more commercial and we stayed in our most expensive campsite to date at Maroochydore Beach Holiday Park and they haven't even got a kettle, toaster or fridge for us to ...
... of Australia.
The roads in Australia are a lot like back home. The highway we took north was basically the same size as the trans canada with big shoulders and wide lanes. After about an hour of driving through the forests of Australia, we arrived in Alexandra (which is part of the Sunshine coast). After a couple of minutes of turning off the main highway, we went over a small hill and the ocean was in front of us, gorgeous blue skies and a ...
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