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... After everybody already had finished their dinner, one of the guys who worked for the hostel told us the free bbq, which we didn't know about, was ready. Being a backpacker equals taking everything that's free, so ofcourse we still all finished the food he'd made. At nine Sophie, another British girl called Charlotte and me took the shuttle to the greyhound. When we arrived there it was clear we hadn't prayed hard enough for an empty bus as the bus was extremely bussy so I ended ...
... holding the koala as you mustn't move, you have to replicate a tree. I found it so hard not to bounce it up and down as if it were a baby, I fell in love a little bit. They feel similar to Afro hair, so soft I could've held him all day! I was even brave enough to hold a python without any hesitation, although when his head started disappearing around my waste I freaked out, understandably! The guide had good banter in his old age, I got on well with him which I ...
We added the extra day here as there is so much to do and we wanted a bit of a relaxing day. This didn't work out so well as the birds woke us about 6:30 (damn you nature). Michelle saw this as a good time to get up which meant so did I.
After a bacon and egg breakfast we headed of to Ross River dam. I have been to some nice dams that have lovely picnic areas and places to walk. This dam doesn't even come close. It was hot dry and ...
... actually the fresh start I needed. But more importantly than any of those things. If I hadn't moved home I'd never have got to spend the last 9 months with my Grandma. They may not have been easy months, not entirely filled with happy memories, but months that I will carry with me forever. For the first time in my life I realised how important the things I can do for other people are. It sounds strange that it hadn't already occurred to me but I realised that all those people I ...
As my trip progresses along the Barkly and Flinders highways towards the north Queensland coastal town of Townsville I've now covered just over 9,000 kilometres in nine months. The places I've visited and scenery of the "Great Outback" of Australia have been overwhelming, but what I'm enjoying most are the fascinating and colourful characters I meet along the way. A few weeks ago I pulled off the highway into a bush-camp outside of Mount Isa as I needed to have my three ...