- The Australian Motel
I know, this sounds a boring topic but I found the motel as an institution quite fascinating.
Most people in the area of Australia we visited, whether travelling or on holiday seem to stay in motels. There appear to be very Posted by CandPandKandS in Across and beyond | Jan 25, 2015
- Out & About on Bruny Island
On Hobart’s back doorstep, yet a world away in landscape and atmosphere, the Huon Valley and D’Entrecasteaux Channel can be enjoyed over several hours or days. The attractive m Posted by charlystyles in Charly & Eric's adventure | Jan 20, 2015
- 49N to 33SI got up at 6:30 ready for the driver to arrive at 8:20. Marian had planned to cook us a hearty send-off breakfast of pancakes and my mouth was already watering as I hopped into the shower, comfortable in Posted by Redsole in Go Subzero | Jan 24, 2015
- Becoming a certified PADI diverDuring the course of four days, I became a certified PADI diver this month!! This opens me the door to a whole new world and gives me the opportunity to see underwater worlds all over the world. But let's start Posted by jan.wegener in Jan Goes Down Under | Jan 24, 2015
- Work as a bartender "Jan, drinks up"! That's when I stop to chat with customers or chefs and start getting the drinks done.
My work at Lime Mexican Restaurant is still lots of fun and I really enjoy it. T Posted by jan.wegener in Jan Goes Down Under | Jan 23, 2015
- My time in Coffs HarbourIt has been a while since I posted something on here, but I finally found some time to sit down and concentrate on it though. There has been much going on since Christmas time and I'll try to remember everything Posted by jan.wegener in Jan Goes Down Under | Jan 23, 2015
- The Hazards
Freycinet Peninsula on the east coast of Tasmania is a long narrow neck of land jutting south, dominated by the granite peaks of the Hazards Mountain Range.
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- Not Long to WaitI'm planning for this to be the last entry until we're in Fort Lauderdale. Final preparations have gone so smoothly that I'm now worried that I've missed something. I've also found it difficult to build up enthusiasm for Posted by greynomadm in 2015-01 Ruby Princess | Jan 22, 2015
- Bicheno & beyond
Together with Coles Bay, Bicheno is the holiday centre of Tasmania’s East Coast. In summer the bay is very popular due to its sheltered location meaning that temperatures are always Posted by charlystyles in Charly & Eric's adventure | Jan 9, 2015
- Dag 146 - BrisbaneDå var det snart slut på det roliga för denna gång. Det jag upplevt sedan mitt senaste inlägg är alltför omfattande för att rimligtvis kunna rättfärdigas i ett enkelt blogginlägg, men jag ska göra mitt bästa att med hjälp av Posted by mattholm in Wanderlust King | Jan 21, 2015
- Things they never tell you before you go travelling in Oz
Australia is big. Like REALLY big.
When you come to Australia you inevitably see the postcard of all of Europe fit onto the top of the Australian map. And according to Google, Australia is nearly three million square miles (2,941,299 Posted by emmaabroad in Australia | Jan 21, 2015
- Day 5Today we went to Tasmazia. It's a big maze with lots of little mazes that you have to find.At the front desk, you get a list of all the mazes that you have to find, but you don't get a Posted by yoshimonster in Tasmania | Jan 21, 2015
- Day 4Today was so fun! We went canyoning at Cradle Mountain. First we found our sizes for all of our gear, and packed it all into our water proof hiking bags. Then we got in their shuttle bus and drove to Posted by yoshimonster in Tasmania | Jan 21, 2015
- Melbourne the city.Susan and I have been here for a while now because walking and riding transit around the city is becoming familiar. It almost feels like home but with palm trees and beautiful birds waking us up in the morning. Although Posted by lacourciere in Art and Susan's Trip Down Under in 2014 | Jan 21, 2015
- Christmas holidaysWell it has been a while since the last blog entry and we have been busy with Christmas etc. it is different being in a warm country for the festive season as we first found out in Thailand a couple Posted by lacourciere in Art and Susan's Trip Down Under in 2014 | Jan 21, 2015
- Albury/Wodonga, Bright, Bairnsdale, Phillip IslandWith mid January still being prime school holiday season we had some difficulties getting into caravan parks. Thanks to the recent extensive rainfalls however we found that some people packed up early and that freed up a spot at the Posted by Ash-Clauds in Around Australia in 6 months | Jan 21, 2015
- Bays of Fire
The drive up the East coast is a highlight of Tasmania. There are superb ocean views and marshlands in habited by black swans.
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- Douglas Apsley National Park
In the middle of the East Coast there is Tasmania's smallest National Park Douglas Apsley.
It contains the states largest dry Sclerophyll forest, patches of rainforest , river gorges wate Posted by charlystyles in Charly & Eric's adventure | Jan 9, 2015
- goings onWell it has been a while since I last wrote anything. I know what ya thinking SLACK, but I’ve been busy.
With an emergency trip to the Netherlands I wasn’t expecting and doing lots of night duties to try and save Posted by tazzybbb in Turning Europe upside down | Jan 20, 2015
- Australias Biggest Mozzie
You just have to wonder why but it is memorable. Posted by lazytraveldays in Lazy Travel Days | Jan 19, 2015
- Heather's HobartAfter a good sleep to recover from the Overland Track we headed straight out to the supermarket to buy breakfast and pick up our other bags which had been stored in Hobart. I couldn't wait to get back to the Posted by BecsandSar in Becs and Sar go travelling | Jan 19, 2015
- Day 3Today we went to the shops to get a few things, then we started our three and a half hour car journey to our next accommodation. Keeping in mind that we stopped off at places to get lunch and snacks, Posted by yoshimonster in Tasmania | Jan 19, 2015
- Oatlands on onwards to the East Coast
Oatlands was one of a string of military stations established in 1813 during the construction of the midland highway by convict chain gangs, to connect Hobart to Launceston. The road ran Posted by charlystyles in Charly & Eric's adventure | Jan 6, 2015
- Deniliquin to Straneys Bridge. Hi everyone,
Rain, rain and more rain. It can make for plans and it can destroy plans. We had wanted to do the discovery tour of a section of NSW called the "Long Paddock" following the Cobb Hwy. It starts Posted by robandpam in Rob & Pam road trip No 2 | Jan 18, 2015
- Overland TrackIt takes a certain sort of crazy person to spend their free time hefting a ten ton pack over mountains, through mud and down rivers that are meant to be paths, all to be rewarded with dehydrated meals and a Posted by BecsandSar in Becs and Sar go travelling | Jan 18, 2015