Month: December 2018

Cairns – On Crocodiles, Ozone Hole, Cyclones and the Most Beautiful River I´ve Ever Seen

Cairns – On Crocodiles, Ozone Hole, Cyclones and the Most Beautiful River I´ve Ever Seen

What comes to my mind immediately in association with Cairns is The Great Barrier Reef, World Heritage Tropical Rainforest, strong Aboriginal spirit and stretches of beautiful beaches you can sunbathe at or have picnics at, but cannot actually swim at most of them – so it is like standing by a spring of water, thirsty, unable to drink.

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Sunshine Coast – Living with an Australian Family

Sunshine Coast – Living with an Australian Family

Rebecca, Hartley and Carlos are my new family members. I am living in their luxurious big house (in a small suburb in Baringa, Bell´s Creek, near Caloundra, Sunshine Coast); sometimes they drive me to places in their big cars and we have shared some big experiences together as they like throwing big parties.

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