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Australia

So, my plan was to fly from Darwin to Adelaide, spend six hours there and then fly overnight from there to Doha and onwards to Oslo. That went well, until my flight was cancelled and I was stuck in Adelaide. As soon as I had landed in Adelaide I had gone outside and jumped on...
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Kakadoo is a place I had heard about and wanted to go to for many years. Australia has a lot of bird and animals that live exclusively in Australia and I was hoping for a proper wildlife experience where I would sleep in a swag under the stars among the wild animals. Because we were...
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As Darwin did not have too much to see, I was really excited when we set off into the nature in Lichtfield National Park. Lichtfield has a very tropical, rainforest climate and is famous for having some of Australias best waterfalls, some big termite mounds and rivers and billabongs full of crocodiles. Some three hours...
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Darwin is small, having a population of just over 100 000 people. There is one main road for bars and restaurants called Mitchells and one paralell street for shopping called Smith Street and thats about it. The city played an important role in WWII and was the only one attacked by the Japanese in the...
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My last four days in Cairns have been spent relaxing at the Esplanade, which is a public pool in the middle of the city and going out at night. Cairns is also a place that offer all kinds of activities like rain forrest trips, bungee jumping, skydiving and dive trips to the Great Barrier Reef...
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Having snorkeled at the Great Barrier Reef at the Whitsundays, but had really bad visibility and seen very little I was ready to get a better experience when doing a day trip from Cairns that would take me to the outer reef for a few dives. After about a ninety minute boat ride we were...
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Having traveled with train, boat and bus to get from Tully to Magnetic island I was happy when I finally got dropped off at Base Hostel where there was a nice little forest just 50 meters from the beach. A perfect place for me to string my hammock. Together with my snorkeling gear, pennyboard and...
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Having had a great experience with the farmstay I was in search for some more cultural adventures and found the perfect option; an overnight Indigenos Rainforest trip tour from Tully. On the drive to the camp our guide stopped to pick some leaves from the trees that he explained that would work as metal foil...
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Arriving Airlie Beach at seven in the morning I had only an hour before the boat left, so I jumped into a taxi from the train station and made it just in time for my sailing trip. I had booked the British Defender, a boat accommodating as much as 30 people, but still being quite...
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A lot of the experience of Australian East Coast is to visit beaches, go out and go surfing,  but by doing only that you would miss out the most important part about traveling, which is to experience the culture of the country you are traveling to. I had booked an overnight trip to a cattle...
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Byron Bay and Noosa is usually the places people say they like the most from backpacking the East Coast of Australia. Maybe it is because of the laid back athmosphere, the great hostels or the fact that they both are cities with nice beaches and good conditions for surfing. For me it was a bit...
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After a few days in Byron Bay it was once again time to hit the road to go to Noosa. The first part of the drive went through the beginning of Queensland and the area called the Gold Coast, which has a bit of California feel to it; the streets were really broad and clean, ...
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Byron Bay is a very laid back city on the border between New South Wales and Queensland quite popular among backpackers. The city itself is quite small with one main street where you find mostly clothing stores, souvenir shops and restaurants, but the beach there stretches as far as eyes can see. At the end...
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As if Byron Bay is not laid-back and alternative enough there is a city less than two hours away called Nimbin where people are still living like the Vietnam War was never over. I had booked a day trip through my hostel where the driver was an old stoner playing music from the 70s and...
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  It was finally time to do what I had been looking forward to the most on my Australia trip which was surfing. I had picked the Spot X surfcamp by Mojosurf as my base as they are one of the biggest surf camps in Australia with a capacity of around 350 surfers. I had...
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Just a few kilometers away from the Spot X surf camp there was a town called Red Rock, which had a nice little river that we paddled down with kayaks. Along the way we paddled past some giant pelicans and some armies of soldier crabs. Towards the end of the river we reached our camp...
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Driving from Sydney we got a chance to stop by Cessnock in the Hunter Valley to do some wine tasting. The McGuian winery pulled out around ten different wines for us to taste, which made the rest of the drive up to Barrington Tops more fun. As soon as we arrived the Twistops Retreat in...
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Arriving Sydney at 5am in the morning I had many hours to kill before even being able to check into my hostel, so I grabbed my longboard to explore the city. A twenty kilometer ride later I had done the whole bike route called the Foreshore Loop, going through quite different suburban areas of Sydney;...
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