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australia's trip

australia's trip

Hi guys ! It has been a while that Anne-so and I haven't update the blog ! Sorry !♡ Actually we were too busy since we went to Australia for 2 weeks.
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Articles : 10
Depuis : 29/11/2013
Categorie : Environnement & Bio

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Great Day

Great Day

It has been a while that we were dreaming about going there, so we took the fist plane to Melbourne on Saturday, the 19 th of October. There was so many teenagers like us making this fantastic trip, we were all so excited ! We left Paris Charles de Gaulle at 6.35 am and because of our exhausting week, we slept almost the whole part of the flight -.
Landscape

Landscape

Like I said it before, we kept moving to the North, following the East coasts. This trip makes us realize how diversified the environment of Australia is. Indeed, the landscapes were amazing; especially when the sun was getting down, burning the cliffs. The red dry and stony land seemed lonesome and indomitable. Just a few plants achieved to surviv
Typics things

Typics things

November the 1st, we went out the whole day, talking to people in the street, playing on the beach with teenagers, eating with new friends, savoring the final day in this wonderful country. We learnt so much about them, they used to live each day as the last of their lives; to play like European to soccer, rugby, cricket, beach volley.. We tasted n
The end of dream

The end of dream

It was so hard to leave Katherine and this land on Saturday morning, we were brokenhearted, but we had to say goodbye. We cried during the half of the flight. For me, Australia was an empty country, until we felt it inside of me. These flavors, these landscapes, this exoticism and peace mad me realize how incredible Australia was, and still is. <3
1st day in Australia

1st day in Australia

I'm ashamed to say that when we awoke it was 3pm. We ate as fast as possible and jumped in the first train to the South, near to Port Campbell. 4 hours later, we followed the Great Ocean Road, until we saw them, in the National Park : the 12 Apostles. They were her, since an eternity, strong and calm. These stagnation of sediments are considered as
Travel's map

Travel's map

When we arrived at Melbourne's airport at nearly 7 pm, a terrific new hits us : in the southern hemisphere, seasons were exchanged compared with France ! Instead of cold and rain, it was a bright sun that received us :D We absolutely wanted to follow the coasts since we heard so much about Australian surfers *.* Of course, it was also to see famous
Venimous animals

Venimous animals

Talking about animals, I remember that the blind lady told us that Australia was composed of the most dangerous animals of the whole world (because of their venom), like snakes, scorpions, octopus, molluscs, platypus.. We didn't dare sleep outdoor after that ^^
Back to the city

Back to the city

Tuesday the 29th, we spent the rest of the day in a hotel, in a city which I forgot the name. Anne-Sophie, Katherine and I were exhausting, and we decided to take the train to Sydney the next day, refusing to make one more step under the burning sun. Wednesday in the evening we saw the city under the lights. We couldn't talk seeing this wonder, afr
Sydney in broad daylight

Sydney in broad daylight

The next day, we went shopping (I know it's not very instructive!), in huge shops like “Myer and David Jones”, “Kookai”, “Jigsaw”, “Westfield”... In the afternoon we sat in a coffee shop and Katherine asked us what we knew about Sydney. I answered this : “ It's the capital of this country, there are mostly 4 500 000 inhabitants. T
Aboriginal people

Aboriginal people

We spent 9 days roaming along the coasts, listening to her stories about aboriginal people, their legends, customs, arts... I guess it's what I enjoyed the most, living Katherine's stories around fire on the beach. I understood that they lived for 40 000 years in the Outback (the Australian desert in the middle) ; they though that the Uluru was a s