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Monthly Archives: November 2012
As we continue north in Queensland towards Cairns, we stopped and spent two day and s a night on Fraser Island. For Lee’s account of our visit go to: http://hotstuffbylee.wordpress.com/2012/11/25/fraser-island-queensland-australia/ This UNESSCO World Heritage sight is the world’s largest sand … Continue reading
As we traveled up the Queensland coast of eastern Australia, we spent two days and a night at Lady Elliot Island. Laney wrote an account of our visit at – http://nosimplehighwayblog.com/2012/11/26/lady-elliot-island/ This tiny island is the nesting site for … Continue reading
Apologies for not posting more frequently. We are enjoying our travels and have been too busy and too remote (no wifi) to post as frequently as we would like. I guess that is a good thing and the point of … Continue reading
Three wonderful weeks in New Zealand resulted in hundreds of photographs. Here is a random sampling of a few that gives you a glimpse of part of what we have been up to.
On October 26th we arrived in Auckland New Zealand. As I sit here on November 13th writing this entry, I cannot believe how much we have done and how quickly the time has flown by. We spent our first night … Continue reading
New Zealand is the first English speaking, first world country we have been in for several months and at first I felt like I was back home but I began to note that things seemed a bit off. Here is … Continue reading