Australia

Alex's and Andrew's Awesome Aussie Adventures, the Blue Mountains, Jenolan Caves, Sydney, and back to Melbourne

Oct
03

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This time happens to bring a lot of pictures, despite the fact that some parts of this trip segment forbid photographs and the last day (today) had almost none (2).  Hopefully I don't kill anyone's inbox...

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Alex's and Andrew's Awesome Aussie Adventures, Kangaroo Island

Sep
20

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So.  Kangaroo Island.  I think this name is a bit of a lie.  We did not see a single living kangaroo.  Roadkill Island could work, although Awesome Island or similar might be better.

Since we had some time in the morning before catching the ferry, we decided to visit Port Adelaide in hopes of seeing some dolphins.  Sadly, all we found were some jellyfish and a tall ship.

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Alex's and Andrew's Awesome Aussie Adventures, Uluru to Adelaide through Woomera and Coober Pedy

Sep
17

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Leaving Uluru (Ayers Rock), we headed back down the same (long) road to Adelaide.  But, with better knowledge of the route, we decided we had time to stop off at a few interesting places along the way.

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Alex's and Andrew's Awesome Aussie Adventures, Woomera to Uluru and the Olgas

Sep
14

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And so the adventure continues!  As "luck" would have it, narrowly avoiding a herd of rampaging kangaroo meant the vehicle was progressing slowly enough to capture some pictures!  Farther along the road, we ran into more of the "giants" along with some dangerous machinery supposedly searching for opals.  After all that, the road started to provide us with some nice mirages--one might believe this country really has it in for us.

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Alex's and Andrew's Awesome Aussie Adventures, Melbourne to Woomera

Sep
12

So, a small bit of background before getting to the real story. This collection of entries was originally sent as a series of emails to family members wondering about my trip. The common cries of, "That's a lot of pictures to send in an email. You should just post this stuff on Facebook. Or start a blog." are what eventually convinced me to make this site. As they are still a relatively fun read, with lots of nice pictures, I decided to post them up...but I left them in the original form. That's why some of this might seem a bit odd.

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