Finally we are here. At the end. The very last bit of our time in Australia. The grand finale of our journey. Setting my feet in Cairns, I really didn’t know how much this journey had impacted me, and would continue to do long after. Maybe forever. Having so much fun, being caught up in the moment, I had occasionally counted the weeks we had left,
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Barbie cars. That’s the first thing I would think of if someone asked me about Maggie Island. As a tourist, it seemed almost obligated to rent one of those mini jeeps and drive around the island. But we needed something tougher than pink. Neither did we have the patience to wait for the bus.
Living on a boat. Spotting a turtle now and then. Getting together with friends. Can life get better than that? Probably not.AIRLIE BEACH
When we arrived at Airlie beach, the place was hot! And I was already darker than my mother! It was a good thing the little town had a public pool.
The thing about traveling the East Coast of Australia, is that no place looks or feels like the other. Agnes Water is a little place with a countryside feel. We quickly discovered everything the “centrum” had to offer. We ate way too salty fries and encountered bugs and spiders in a new edition than before. I immediately felt uneasy here.
It was only one month left in Straya and my wildest imagination couldn’t picture what the last days had in store for us. It was gonna be a roller-coaster, for sure. We had started the travel up the coast and was supposed to end in Cairns. First stop was Noosa heads.
One of the best things that happened to us every once in a while was losing the availability of internet.
After two weeks apart it was time to join forces again. I left the horses in Toowoomba and met Lina back in Surfers. I had loved the place the first time, but that didn’t stop me from loving it even more. This time we had time to explore bigger parts of the city. We walked an everlasting walk on the beach and explored some of the streets in town.