Back from Oz

Greetings to the blogging world.

I'm back from my lovely two weeks in Australia (Brisbane and the Whitsunday Islands to be precise). I've spent the last two weeks doing all sorts including seeing the Glass House Mountains, hikking through dense rainforests (the very ones the movie FernGully was based on) and snorkelling at the Great Barrier reef.

I could write a million words to describe all I've been up to but I think in this case pictures are worth a 1000 words...

(and yes that's me feeding the Kangaroo at Australia Zoo, of Steve Irwin fame)

Comments

  1. snorkelling at the great barrier reefs, i always wanted to do that. Been to langkawi malaysia for a few times.

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  2. so if you post another 994 pictures, you will have your million words.

    very nice photos.

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  3. Great pics and welcome back!!!

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  4. I am incredibly jealous that you got to feed a kangaroo! Everything looks so gorgeous! Glad you're back!

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  5. Fantastic photos! Looks like you had a fab time.
    Welcome back :-)

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  6. Great pics! I've always wanted to go snorkleing in the great barrier reefs. I love how close you got to he dolphin!

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  7. What fun! I must go there one day...

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  8. Welcome back! Glad you had a good time.

    Ian

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  9. Welcome Back Pal :D

    Glad to see that you have a fantastic time Downunder and stopping over here in Singapore :D What great fun :D

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  10. I've always wanted to visit the land down under. Please show more photos of your travels.

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  11. Welcome back...and wow!! Great pics! you're so lucky you got to see that beauty....
    Peace

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  12. aaahhhhh sounds and looks like you had an awesome time...welcome back chicky:)

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  13. Great pics. I am totally jealous. Your outfit is super cute.

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  14. Nice photos-and your hair is gorgeous, just like your avatar!

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  15. The photos are great for memory, but even then it does not do it justice, once should really go and see for themselves if they get the chance to

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  16. Welcome back! What beautiful photos. The one of you feeding the kangaroo is adorable. I'd give anything to be able to do that.

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  17. What beautiful pictures! I'm so jealous! I am glad you had a fabulous time! Welcome back.

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  18. Hope you enjoyed yourself and the sunshine downunder.

    Trust you weren't assaulted by any boxing kangaroos whilst you were here! They can get pretty vicious with the tourists.

    A big welcome to all the other bloggers that dream of crossing the equator to the lucky country!

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  19. WoW! I'd love to be able to take a trip like that some day.

    Oh and hi!

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  20. Welcome back, Shadow Falcon - sounds like you had a great time! - know what you mean about pre-departure nerves, too - I have nightmares about packing, traveling to airports, and then not being able to find the right gate or something. I wonder if sleeping with my passport under my pillow would help that...?

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  21. Beautiful pictures, and I'm so glad you didn't get sick on this trip.

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  22. Lucky you! More pics would be good!

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