We have arrived in the capital of Queensland this morning and for the next 3 days we have pre-booked our accommodation through Airbnb again. It’s our second time using it and last time in Hong Kong we were absolutely satisfied. This time we are staying at the apartment of a lovely Australian surf teacher that seems […]
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Last night was so much fun! After returning from Fraser Island in the afternoon, everyone just quickly disappeared into their rooms to have a eagerly awaited shower and get all that sand off their bodies (that’s the downside of camping on a island consisting of nothing but sand -it literally gets everywhere!) followed by a […]
We had a great last night in Airlie Beach touring through the bars, with new friends. Finished the night with a small lovely group listening to the acoustic music played by these two talented men, Tana and Shane. They are regularly playing at Airlie’s main bars, so if you go there, listen out for them.
Early this morning, just after sunrise we made our way to Whitsunday Island in order to reach Whitehaven Beach before the other tourist groups. We followed a bush walk that at first lead us through the Whitsunday Island National Park area to an amazing viewpoint. The sight during the walk was absolutely restricted through all […]
Hello! Just giving you a shout that we are currently enjoying our lives on a sailing trip around the Whitsunday Islands. The internet is a bit problematic out here, but we’ll tell you all about it when we are back.
We have been staying at Airlie Beach for the last two days, just enjoying life and cooling down a bit before we are starting our Whitsundays sailing trip from here tomorrow. And we don’t want to leave this place anymore! It’s very small and therefore probably not the most exciting place we have ever been […]
After an awesome sleep on Patrick’s couch we got up early today to make the rest of the drive to the ferry terminal in Townsville, were we boarded a Sealink ferry to Magnetic Island. It leaves every hour between 6 am and pm and takes about 25 minutes to get there. Tickets cost around 30 […]