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  • Departing Australia for Indonesia.Lynn and David drove me to the airport with Mitch, Lauren and Lochie. Everything went to plan for the trip from Melbourne to Denpasar in Indonesia. Got ripped of on the taxi fare from airport to hotel, charged $20USD for Posted by Steve's Travels in Sth East Asia and the Americas | Jan 18, 2015
  • Day 2Today I woke up at around 8:00am (in Tasmanian time) and finished a book I was reading. When Mum woke up, she took me to a really cool place that was like a big blow up bouncy castle, except for Posted by yoshimonster in Tasmania | Jan 18, 2015
  • New Year's Day Running - Mt Field What better way to start 2015 than with a 10 mile run! The tall swap gums of Mt Field are amongst some of the tallest trees in Australia. [map=711807 lat=-42.31437820061653 lon=146.6162034179688 Posted by charlystyles in Charly & Eric's adventure | Jan 1, 2015
  • ManlyAfter a couple of days in Sydney we headed out to Manly to stay with our lovely friends Jenny Doyle and Sam Brent. They've been living in Manly for about 7 months now and have got a really nice flat Posted by BecsandSar in Becs and Sar go travelling | Jan 17, 2015
  • SydneyWe were particularly excited about our time in Sydney as we were going to stay with Jenny, one of Sarah's best uni pals, and her boyfriend Sam. However they had been back to the UK for Christmas so we had Posted by BecsandSar in Becs and Sar go travelling | Jan 17, 2015
  • Day 1I slept in until 10:00am in Tasmanian time, which seems long for me, but that's only 7:00am in Perth time. When we finally got out of our accommodation, we went to a shopping center to get me some jeans. Mum Posted by yoshimonster in Tasmania | Jan 17, 2015
  • The CarnivalFor my sisters' birthday we went to the carnival. There were rides of all kinds there were go carts, spiners and there was even one of those things that you sit down in the seat and then Posted by Arin MacDyer in A Year of Summer | Jan 17, 2015
  • House-Sitting, Beaches and Even More FoodYou know how when your phone or computer doesn't work, you try "turning it off and on again". There's a comedian, I can't remember who, that's like "that's not normal, we shouldn't just be accepting that machines just need rebooting. Posted by gila in Gila Goes Global | Jan 17, 2015
  • JetlagI'm so tired!!! I have had random naps throughout the day so I'm really confused of what time and day it is. When we got to our accommodation, the lady who was talking to us was a big chatterbox. But Posted by yoshimonster in Tasmania | Jan 16, 2015
  • Mount Wellington - Hobart Mount Wellington It rises to 1,271 metres (4,170 ft) over the city. It is frequently sn Posted by charlystyles in Charly & Eric's adventure | Dec 30, 2014
  • Sydney to Hoabrt Yacht Race 2014 The Sydney to Hobart Yacht Race is an annual event starting in Sydney on Boxing Day and finishing in Hobart, Tasmania. The race distance is approximately 630 nautical miles (1,170 km). [img=h Posted by charlystyles in Charly & Eric's adventure | Dec 30, 2014
  • On the roadAustralia is big. One knows this from the map of course but on the ground, driving, it becomes even more apparent. Our first major drive from Tallebudgera near Brisbane was to Noosa - a three hour drive. On the map, Posted by CandPandKandS in Across and beyond | Jan 15, 2015
  • A day in BrisbaneCath and I both love Brisbane. It is official. We even bought some photographs commemorating our journey on the big wheel that gave us a bird's eye view over the city. It is the 3rd biggest city in Australia after Posted by CandPandKandS in Across and beyond | Jan 15, 2015
  • Wet Tropics of North QueenslandMy departure for Cairns involved the usual budget airline sagas. Firstly, I had checked in online, but was unable to print my boarding pass, thank goodness she didn't charge me at the airport, since Tigerair are essentially the Ryanair equivalent. Posted by gila in Gila Goes Global | Jan 14, 2015
  • ARRIVING BLACKWOOD VALLEY BALINGUPNegotiations were subsequently entered into by Gordon for the purchase of a pastoral lease on House’s or Padbury’s brook, near Balingup, and the sheep were moved to this run and shepherded. A number of men were employed by Gordon, and Posted by algordon in 4.ADAM LINDSAY GORDON TRAIL-W.A. | Jan 13, 2015
  • Trip 10 Xmas 14Trip 10 Xmas 14 Planning to leave on Sunday morning but hoping to get away earlier, we surprisingly left home at 2pm on Saturday, only to get 20 minutes down the road and have an electrical fault in the car pull us Posted by Rontatts in SIDETRACKED | Jan 13, 2015
  • HAPPY NEW YEAR! - 2015==tour de spoke n stroke== The title of this blog relates to the main activities we will encounter during the trip. Spoke obviously refers to bicycle spokes (ie cycling trip) and stroke is supposed to refer to some water based Posted by Cindy Bruin in 2015 tour de spoke n stroke | Jan 13, 2015
  • Willie Smith's Cider - Huon Valley[ Early immigrants from England with great faith and a few precious pips, were responsible for the development of an apple industry in Tasmania. About 170 years ago trees were planted Posted by charlystyles in Charly & Eric's adventure | Dec 29, 2014
  • On our wayVery excited Fahpen trip members arrived at the airport for their 11.35 flight on Air New Zealand flight 792. Of course, the first step was to refuel prior to flight (with pastries, sandwiches and coffees .....) [img=http://photos.travellerspoint.com Posted by cgpendii in Fahpen Holiday | Jan 5, 2015
  • Cairns and the Great Barrier ReefThe plan was a couple of nights on the outer reef taking in 7 dives including one night dive and a night sleeping on board the dive boat. We arrived in the sticky tropical heat on Thursday night, dumped our Posted by Time Well Spent in More Fun Than a Mortgage | Jan 13, 2015
  • ARRIVING AT BUNBURY WESTERN AUSTRALIA[[https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=jrr9mhNk1Lk|BUNBURY WESTERN AUSTRALIA - ======WATCH ON YOUTUBE======]] It is interesting to note that Captain Campbell, on making his ship's entry into the Bunbury port records, reported that, when arriving with his Posted by algordon in 4.ADAM LINDSAY GORDON TRAIL-W.A. | Jan 13, 2015
  • Dubbo to CanberraAlways on the look-out for some real historic towns with lots of character we came across Millthorpe, a small country town between Bathurst and Orange. Walking through the main street it felt like stepping back in time and the people Posted by Ash-Clauds in Around Australia in 6 months | Jan 12, 2015
  • Franklin - Huon Valley Franklin was known as “The Settlement” (circa 1836) until a name change in 1850 recognised the efforts of the Governor J Posted by charlystyles in Charly & Eric's adventure | Dec 29, 2014
  • Christmas @ Bremer Bay, WAWe headed off from Walpole around 9.30am for our 320km journey, with a stop in Albany after 120km. The journey was uneventful, we passed lots of green lush meadows again full of very fat juicy cows! They look Posted by Capes Crusaders in Capes Crusaders | Jan 12, 2015
  • Blog 19. York – Denmark (southwest Western Australia). Once out of the concentrated wheat farming districts to the east of Perth and heading south and into the inland forest areas the countryside is in marked contrast to the north of the state – and for that matter in Posted by Rambla in The Big Lap 2014/15 | Jan 11, 2015
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