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This morning we went again to the shopping mall because we had to buy us hats it's unbelievable how strong the sun is here In the afternoon we visited the botanic garden of Townsville and we got our first bill for wrong parking :( luckily only $ 20 With the car up the mountain to castle hill from where we had a wonderful view to magnetic island and whole ...
... and buy myself a Sinterklaas treat. The day before I'd already got the best Sinterklaas present ever -and competition is tough as I got a babyborn when I was 4 (sorry, I try too hard to be funny) - when my mother sent me the link to a website on which I found 18 poems written for me by my friends and family. So when I found out some broke backpacker had stolen my chocolate I wasn't too sad. In the kitchen of the hostel I ran into Julie who thought I'd maybe missed my bus as she ...
... At the first viewing
tower we met a guy who had been just working with Steve Parish. He
told us he was talking to a girl who was there yesterday and had
photographed a barking owl. As he was showing us where he thought it
was, the girl who took the photo showed up and pointed one of them
We didn't stay there long as the owl
was starting to feel uncomfortable so we left him be and headed
further int the Common. Michelle found ...
... s the beauty of your 20s. Constantly learning, constantly bettering yourself. That's what I try to do at least. So things might change again by this time next year, but I've got a hell of a lot of living to do between now and then! Nobody knows the future. It's unpredictable, which is what makes it's exciting and scary at the same time. But I know now that one single decision, one moment, can change the course of your life. That's what happened to me and I'll be eternally grateful for ...
... and reason for me to continue on in the hope of meeting more colourful characters. Moving on another 3,500 km I'm now camped on a residential block of land at Midge Point 60 km south of Airlie Beach on Queensland's east coast just off the Great Barrier Reef. A fellow traveller I met camping in a national park outside of Canberra seven months ago named Trevor Beard invited me to camp here if I was ever in the vicinity. I mention Trevor as his surname really is Beard. He's ...