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Gearing up for a new trip

To keep up with the tradition, we decided to go on a long trip abroad again this year! This time, we’re heading down the globe nearly vertically to find ourselves in the southern part of Africa once more. We generally… Continue Reading →

Christmas presents (2015)

A new year has nearly come to an end, which inevitably means new Christmas presents were to be found under the celebratory tree. The kind folks at Lego have created two more lovely sets of Lego Technic, and both have… Continue Reading →

Day 39 and 40: The long way home

It is always a sad moment when you realize you have to leave, and as always: all good things come to an end. This is also the case with our trip in Australia, and today is that day. It however… Continue Reading →

Day 38: Back to Glass House Mountains

After the very intense experience of driving on Fraser Island, the night of sleep was more than welcome. We also slept in a little, as we only had to travel a small distance of three hours from here to Glass… Continue Reading →

Day 37: On Fraser Island

I am cheating a little bit with the title of this blog entry, as we will spend all day on the island, and will go back to the main land around 5pm. You will just have to forgive me here…. Continue Reading →

Day 36: To Fraser Island

Today is going to be a big day, we start off at the HQ of Aussie Trax at 6am to get our car and instructions for the next two days, as we’ll be spending those on Fraser Island! The worlds… Continue Reading →

Day 35: Further North to Hervey Bay

The drive from Glass House Mountains to Hervey Bay is only a short drive, clocking in at about 3 hours or 240 kilometres. We need to be at Hervey Bay by tomorrow morning very early to catch the ferry to… Continue Reading →

Day 34: To Brisbane

Airlie Beach treated us to a similar view this morning as it has for the last few days: gray overcast skies. Today however, everything was different: the skies had opened up and heavy rains fell down. Perhaps it is only… Continue Reading →

Day 33: Motoring at the Whitsundays

After the leisurely spent day of sailing on the Coral Sea yesterday, today will be completely different. We will tour the National Park by RHIB with twin 350bhp engines. At speed, they will take us around the ocean at 50km/h… Continue Reading →

Day 32: Sailing at the Whitsundays

Getting pickup up from you hotel at 7 in the morning is definitely going to wake you up in the morning, even so for slow starters like myself. The courtesy van was being driven by Joseph, who described himself as… Continue Reading →

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