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... turtle, koala and kangeroo I saw were al dead... Although The lakes, pools and Creeks were absolutely stunning, one of my favorite parts of our trip was the driving: the beautiful views, playing music and enjoying the great company of Julie, Scott, Gena, Jenny, Jan, Pascal, Hendrik, Jonas and when we got out of the car the others who all made me laugh the whole trip. As it rains 270 days a year on Fraser we were also pretty lucky to not have seen a single raindrop on our whole ...
... ate it off of our loaned dishes with the girls from London who's names are Emma and Sarah. After a feast of beans and doing our washing chores, we went to the hostels bar for quiz night. Prizes were jugs of alcohol, we'd all have preferred food but beggars can't be choosers. There were prices for first place and best team name, Emma cleverly asked the quiz masters name which was Jordan. I came up with 'jor-da-man' and we obviously won! We actually did the best ...
... it still took awhile as we sat
and watched a rifle bird feeding on the trunks of the trees.
As there was a Cassowary seen at the
dam a couple of weeks ago we thought we would head down there and
have a look around. No Cassowaries but the drive in was very
interestingwith a lot of wildlife around.
As it was starting to get late we
stopped for one last walk at Birthday falls which although moderate
... be settling down. When in fact what I've always wanted to do is see the world. A year ago I'd almost resigned myself to the fact I'd never get to travel the way I'd always wanted. Fast forward 12 months and here I am on the other side of the world. Instead of having a house, a job, someone to come home to I now have the complete opposite! All the possessions I need right now fit into a bag on my back, my bed changes every few days and instead of having the same person by my ...
... cigarettes, coffee and booze. Cash was always short as I think they were also on drugs so they have the odd meal of tinned food and $1 a loaf bread they buy on special at Woolies. I made them a full breakfast some mornings as that was the only time they were sober enough to eat. I departed the bush camp, but returned a week later to see the Mount Isa rodeo which is the worlds third biggest rodeo so I camped in my tent along side there's. I felt I just needed to experience ...