Queensland

Rainbow Beach

After an hour bus ride at 2:45 am to Cairns…waiting until 6:00 am at the airport for my flight…flight being delayed an hour and a half…finally arriving in Brisbane at 9:30 am…taking a 30 minute train into the city…waiting until 2:00 pm for my five hour bus ride…arriving at Rainbow Beach at 7:00 pm….I AMContinue reading “Rainbow Beach”

Party with the Crocs

Last weekend we rented a pontoon boat for a few hours drove up the river in search for crocs! We were able to drive the boat and have a BBQ. It was so fun to relax and take our own pace down the river. We saw three different crocodiles…but this was the BIGGEST one!CRIKEY!

Continuation of Our Road Trip: Airlie Beach & Whitsunday Islands

When we arrived in Airlie Beach, we spent our last night on land sharing Sangria and enjoying the beautiful view of paradise.In the early afternoon the next day we had a big barbecue and then packed up some small bags and headed to the marina to board out Whitsunday boat. The boat that we wentContinue reading “Continuation of Our Road Trip: Airlie Beach & Whitsunday Islands”

High Tide

The other day I went walking down the beach and was amazed how far out the tide goes when there is a full moon. There is so much more beach exposed, and you can see little pockets where waves usually are pretty high.It was a great chance to get out further into where water wouldContinue reading “High Tide”

Dream World

Yesterday I went to one of five theme parks on the Gold Coast called “Dream World’. It was very comparable to Wonderland, and also has a waterpark attached to it called “White Water World”. There were lots of really fun rides, but when I think about it, Wonderland is such a fun and amazing themeContinue reading “Dream World”

Cyclone Yasi

I am sure most of you are aware, but tonight there will be a category 5 cyclone in Cairns, which is apparently supposed to be the most devastating cyclone Australia has ever experienced before. It is supposed to be bigger, and more devastating than Katrina, and is bigger than Tasmania. I am extremely lucky toContinue reading “Cyclone Yasi”

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