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Melbourne - As soon as we arrived we went straight to St Kilda pier & saw the penguins, then wondered into Luna Park. Simon being an F1 fan we of course had to go to Albert Park, even though the race was held back in March Simon was so excited that we were driving around the track. We parked up so that the boys could walk over the start finish line, walk, more like run, into the pit lane and Nathan & Simon were able to walk up to ...
... camp site.
Unfortunately we fell asleep without writing the blog so we are a bit late today. I spotted this green friend when I went to the toilet around 1.00am. Now back to sleep...zzzzzzzzzz
to be continued,
We begonnen vandaag met vissen bij de rotsen. Ik had geluk en had een whiting vis aan de haak. Vandaag vierden we onze 2 jaar en 10 maanden samen zijn. We gingen naar 2 ...
... another surfer's paradise along the east coast.
The next day the trio Movi, Marion and Ivo hit the road and set off to Australia’s unofficial capital, Sydney! James, a friend of Ivo from Barcelona, managed to squeeze us in his busy 'Air B&B’ schedule, allowing us to stay for 5 days - an offer which was absolutely great considering the costs of accommodation in Sydney. After a quick stop in Kiama, a lovely little town just north of Mollymook, we ...
... excellent choices with their ice cream even though the woman behind the counter was a right cow. Then we went home to pack as we were flying to Cairns the next day! Thursday It was an early start (4am alarm clock) but we got to the airport no dramas and for once didn't get our bags searched for bombs. Sophie and Alex had a (standard) flat white and Rania fell asleep whenever ahe sat still for longer than 2 and a half minutes. The flight was deeeeecent as we sat by ...
... definitely do. I could have floated there for hours just watching this amazing ecosystem. As we got on the boat from our third and final dive a huge fish called a Maori wrasse about 2 foot tall and 5 foot long was chilling beneath us intrigued by all of the people and swimming between us with no fear moving his eyes around inspecting us. Couple people stroked it and it came over in front of Alice and almost swam into her face. Gave her a shock. Big buffet lunch inboard ...