Mount Molloy

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  • Day3

    Get the Van

    June 7, 2017 in Australia

    Today we had to check out from the hostel and I went to the spaceship ground to pick up our campervan!
    When I arrived there the guy was just laughing at me when I told him my name but I didn't know why.
    Damn I booked the van for 6.6 and I was there at the 7.6 😑 I was again sooo pissed, just to myself. Grrr😡 But doesn't matter we just "lost" a day😒
    He showed me everything how it works and then I drove back to pick up Kalina and then luggage.
    After that we went quick to the hospital to get some medicine for her. Then we went food shopping 😜 just some main stuff like herbals & spices, rice, toast, milk, oats and what we want to cook the next two days✌ also we had to grab some money to be bit more liquid. Idk what exactly I did but something went wrong with my bank account so I was little bit nervous and confused.😨😩
    To calm down and relax I had a quick chat with a good old friend ( Mr. Mc) and after that everything was good.🙉😬😂
    Now we were ready to start the journey 😁
    We drove up a bit north to the Mount Molloy and stopped at the Rifle Creek to stay there overnight.
    Made some quick sandwiches for dinner and then build the first time our bed for the next 2 month 😊🙈
    It was funny and nice, we couldn't sleep really quick because we were gigilling and laughing. we've been too excited 🙊😝😊
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  • Day51

    Mount Molloy

    May 29 in Australia

    Initially we hadn't planned to drive that far but it "International Burger Day" and to celebrate McDonald's gave away free BigMacs. Therefore we decided to drive another 100 kilometers :)
    But in the early afternoon we were shocked by a sudden rainfall, something we hadn't seen in the last two months!! It was especially critical because we drove on an unsealed road which becomes impassable after longer rain falls. But luckily we made it out just in time... As we reach the top end of Queensland we're trying to cross off one of our last animals of the spotting list, a Cassowary. A colourful, flightless bird similar to an emu but closely related to Raptors (yes, the ones from Jurassic Park ;))Read more

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