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  • Day7

    Brou lake surroundings

    September 15 in Australia ⋅ ⛅ 15 °C

    During the day:
    Nice board walk through the mangroves at, Cullendulla Creek walking track.
    Walk around broulee island.

    At night:
    Stayed at brou lake, Eurobodalla National Park. Met Guillaume who generously shared his catch of the day! (Huge Aussie salmon)Read more

  • Day3

    Kiama to Jervis Bay

    September 24 in Australia ⋅ ⛅ 16 °C

    We left Kiama and on route to Jervis Bay we stopped at the seven mile beach. We walked it and found some really nice shells. We ran the way back and I ran/walked 5k! We had our first outdoor shower and Jake had his fully naked 😅. We drove on to Jervis Bay. We went to Cave Beach in Jervis Bay and saw so many wild kangaroos and even babys in pouches. It was amazing to see. We drove back into the town on Vincentia and stayed in a car park at a coles as there was so many restrictions as to where you could stay all around the area.Read more

  • Day114


    May 2, 2017 in Australia ⋅ ☀️ 18 °C

    Melbourne ist mit 4,64 Mio. Einwohnern die Hauptstadt und gleichzeitig berühmteste Stadt in Victoria. Hier wohnen Leute aus wohl 140 verschiedenen Nationen, was sich besonders in den vielen unterschiedlichen Restaurants widerspiegelt.
    Wir haben die Stadt nur an zwei Tagen besucht, da wir eher weiter in den Norden fahren wollen.
    Entlang des Yarra River sind wir im City Centre vom Crown Entertainment Complex bis in die Swanston Street und zum Olympic Park zur Rod Laver Arena (Australian Open) gelaufen. Am anderen Tag haben wir uns den Victoria Harbour angesehen, in dem neuen modern Stadtteil Docklands mit vielen teuren Appartements, Büros und Restaurants. Auch den alten Australian F1 Grand Prix Circuit haben wir uns angesehen, wobei man davon nicht mehr viel erkennen kann. Man kann hier eine Runde drehen, was beim Gewicht des Camper aber nicht erlaubt war.
    Am folgenden Tag ging es dann schon nach Phillip Island...

    Melbourne ist with a population of 4,64 million people, the capital and at the same time the most popular city in Victoria. Here are living people from probably 140 different nations, which is reflected particularly in plenty of different restaurants.
    We've visited the city for only two days, because we actually want to go further north.
    Along the Yarra River we walked to the city centre, from Crown Entertainment Complex till the Swanston Street and to the Olympic Park to the Rod Laver Arena (Australian Open).
    At the other day we had a look at the Victoria Harbour , in the new modern district Docklands with many expensive appartments, offices and restaurants.
    We also had a look at the old Australian F1 Grand Prix Circuit, although you can't really identify no more. You can take a round here, but which is not permitted for the weight of the Camper.
    At the following day we already went to Phillip Island
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  • Day64

    53 • Idyll im Regen

    September 18, 2016 in Australia ⋅ ☁️ 17 °C

    Mal wieder ein eher grauer Tag, den wir für eine etwas weitere Fahrt genutzt haben. Zur Mittagspause sind wir in Ulladulla (sprich: Alladalla ;-)) durch einen kleinen Fischerhafen spaziert und haben Krabben gegessen. Am Leuchtturm haben wir vergeblich nach Walen und Delphinen Ausschau gehalten, dafür wieder nette Locals kennengelernt, die am liebsten unsere kleine Prinzessin dabehalten hätten.
    Wir haben dann ein Gratis Camp an der Küste bei Bodulla angepeilt und nichts besonderes erwartet außer einer ruhigen Nacht. Nach ein paar km durch Farn und Eukalyptuswald finden wir den passablen Campingplatz. Die Überraschung folgte dann beim kurzen Spaziergang im Regen an die Küste. Wir sind an einer herrlichen Bucht gelandet wo ein See direkt neben dem Meer liegt, durch den großen Strand getrennt. Wir hoffen dass morgen wieder die Sonne scheint und wir die idyllische Gegend am Brou Lake noch richtig genießen können.
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  • Day75

    trip Melbourne day 8 & 9 / skydiving

    November 30, 2016 in Australia ⋅ 🌧 20 °C

    Yesterday morning wake up early and see if the weather is any good for skydiving. Unfortunately a lot of clouds so we ending up no skydiving. So I had a day were I could do a lot of stuff I had no time for sinds the last couple of weeks.

    In the evening we watched the movie sausage party, it's hilarious!

    Also this morning looking for the weather. And it was just okay. Because there are AFF students, they get to go first up in the plane. I knew that so I went surfing in the morning. The waves were pretty good, around head height. And I did stand-up 2 times on my hardboard. What is that board quick and responsive in comparison to a softboard!.

    Afterwards I had a lovely shower. I watched some series and some landings of the students. At the end the wind was to strong to jump for the AFF students. But because I have an A-licence I could jump with stronger winds. I did together with someone else the B-rel stage 6.

    We got up in the plane and on height we got together in the door. We did a linked exit. The exit was terrible, in de movie you can see that 2 people are counting so that's no good. After the exit we tumbled around and had to let go of eachother. Afterwards I made quickly Dock but the other guy was floating around. He cheated a bit on docking. When he docked he went immediately to the next position and everyone else was like wat is he doing. My track was way to short so I have to improve my tracking and track longer. I did a downsize on the canopy and flew a 230 in stead of a 240. My landing was just okay for the first time with a smaller canopy and a lot of wind.


    You have to do 3 times B-rel stage 6. And you have to do an linked exit, unlinked exit and dock, finished 3 formations. So got 2 left to do at least an unlinked exit and get the 3 formations.

    The pictures are formations you can make during free fall

    Afterwards I watched a movie and me and adrien left Moruya.
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  • Day4

    Dalmeny Camping Ground

    February 5, 2018 in Australia ⋅ ☀️ 23 °C

    Here we are at Dalmeny. Booked in for 1 night but will now book another night. Absolutely stunning. What a view.

  • Day11

    Yabbarra beach

    November 15, 2017 in Australia ⋅ ☀️ 22 °C

    Stopped here for lunch and a swim - very fresh, kids had wetsuits on and I braced the cold ( ok I had to do a wee therefore had to have a swim ). We spotted a seal catching waves!

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