Monthly Archives: July 2011

Travelling Light

We’ve just flown from Brisbane to Melbourne but since we’re still a bit short on exciting travel news right now we thought you might like to see how we shape up with our backpacks. Most people comment on how light … Continue reading

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Time to relax

Reported by Noah – Travelling takes a lot of effort and sometimes you need time to relax – which is exactly what I am doing now with my family. It’s really nice to meet cousins who I don’t have any … Continue reading

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The Spaceship’s End – Cairns to Brisbane

Reported by Noah –   We have now travelled 2331 km south and seen lots of interesting places. We went to Australia Zoo and yesterday we were at the ginger and honey factory at Yandina which was really tasty. We … Continue reading

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Feathers and Fur

  Reported by Noah – Australia has many of the world’s most interesting animals from laughing birds to cute marsupials. My favourite is the koala because it looks so cute and cuddly. Mum’s favourite is the laughing kookaburra  of which … Continue reading

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2000 km South

  Reported by Noah –  We are half way through our massive 2000km  drive south from Cairns to Brisbane. Our speedy spaceship has proved to be a worthy vehicle. We’ve seen lots along the way including the largest coral reef … Continue reading

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You can see it from the moon

Reported by Noah – you may ask ‘what am I talking about?’, well, it’s the Great Barrier Reef of course, the biggest living thing on earth.  After waiting for 8 years I have finally had a chance to see the … Continue reading

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Aboriginal culture

Reported by Noah – Today we visited Tjapukai which is an Aboriginal cultural park.  We started off by being entertained by dance and how to start a fire without matches. After that we listened to a presentation about boomerangs, spears … Continue reading

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