Articles with tag: australia cruises

Generally, nature has always been against the existence of this city. It appeared among tropical bushes of the Northern Australia teeming with poisonous reptiles and crocodiles-cannibals about 200 years ago. Over the past 100 years it has been four times almost completely razed to the ground, and...
One day, we took a walk along night city and beach before we went to bed. The next day it was the International Women's Day, so we decided to celebrate it in the largest water park in Australia and all over the southern hemisphere. It is called Wet'n'Wild . It is literally a 2-minute walk from...
That morning the weather was good - it was sunny! After our breakfast, we went to the amusement park Warner Brothers Movie World , which is located in Gold Coast in 15 minutes by bus from Surfers Paradise . The bus was running every 20 minutes. The park resembles the Universal Studio Park...
Gold Coast is a city consisting of several areas and spread out along the shore of the ocean for a few tens of kilometers. We settled in one of the most famous resort areas - Surfers Paradise . (In the previous article you can read about our way to Gold Coast when we visited a natural park)....
During our trip to Australia, one day we decided to go to Gold Coast. We drove along the Pacific highway - towards adventures and the sunlight. The highway runs along the coast and leads northwards to the warmth of tropical Queensland and to popular vacation spots like Port Macquarie, Coffs...
There's one interesting place in Sydney - a fish market. Actually, we weren't going to buy anything there, but we had heard that there were many restaurants. We decided to have dinner there. I won't tell you about that dinner. I will only say that everything was really tasty and inexpensive...
Religion is important to many people all over the world. Although, this summer during my trip to  Bali , I saw that religion for the locals is their meaning of life, its essence, and in general, a lifestyle. A lot of people associate this distant island with an exotic holiday under...
Have you ever climbed a volcano? Personally, I did it three times in my life, and each time it was an unforgettable experience. Visiting the island of  Bali last summer, I planned my route to include an overnight stop at the foot of the local  volcano Batur (Mount Batur). Of...
Bali  is an unusual island. It is the only island in Indonesia where the majority of inhabitants are Buddhists and Hindus. The rest of the territory is predominantly occupied by Muslims. There's another feature of Bali - there are more temples here than houses! It is easy to explain. Every...
In the morning, we went to the Sydney fish market to have breakfast with fresh seafood. This is a suspension Bridge Anzac. Curiously, this is the third bridge, which was built on this site. It was opened in 1995. Here some photos of goods in the fish market. We decided to have breakfast right...

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