Merry go round the world


After my just incredible scenic drive yesterday, I went to the last two great spots at the great ocean road: London Bridge and The Grotto. Afterwards I headed north to the Grampians… It took me a bit longer than expected ๐Ÿ˜ but I arrived save and went finally to some great lookouts (). Even though we hit today 37* I walked down the McKenzie Falls ๐Ÿ˜ Was beautiful! Unfortunately I can not… Read More

Well, there is actually not much to say… I just drove along the great ocean road ๐Ÿ˜ Well to drive on the left side is a bit special, but it did work out after a couple of hours ๐Ÿ™ˆ just keep relaxed ๐Ÿ˜Ž but with those views the easiest task! And well, the scenery is so welcoming, so I watched the sunrise at the 12 Apostels … > no words – just… Read More

It supposed to clear up today. So I took the bus to Bondi Beach and started my costal walk to Coogee. As promised, the sky turned blue and the sun was shining! ๐Ÿ˜ It is a easy walk along the coast. But the views you will experience during this 6km are amazing! Beside watching out for surfers at some of the beaches, listening to the sound of braking waves, you also walk… Read More

Today the climbing got to reality! Yeah! A bit chilly in the morning but the sun came out soon and made it just a perfect day – not to warm / not to cold. After we got our equipment, we drove around 20′ to our spot of action! Our routes got installed by our guide, while we enjoyed the fabulous Lookout! After getting a refresher on safety and handling etc. it was… Read More

Well, once again … rain! So instead of attending my climbing class I stayed inside… … and spend my time with writing and reading ๐Ÿ˜ but if all comes according the weather forecast my time at the rock comes tomorrow ๐Ÿ˜ In german we call this: aufgeschoben ist nicht aufgehoben ๐Ÿ˜Ž

Blue sky and sun – just a big invitation for going to a hike. So we walked up to the Echo Lookout to see the famous rock formation ‘Three Sisters’. From there we walked along the ‘Prince Henry Cliff Walk’ up to ‘Scenic World Top Station’. We went down into The Valley by cable car. Nice views are assured… From down there we walked along the valley (great round walk/federal pass) till… Read More

Already our last day on Fraser Island! … so our main thing was actually driving back to Noosa. However, first we made a short bush walk (2.5km one way) to Lake Wabby and spent some time chilling out there before leaving the Island. Well, back at the hostel we enjoyed our selves and attended the ‘welcome back party’ … somehow I felt a bit reminded at my school parties 20 years ago… Read More

Heading from Eurong Beach Resort up the Beach …. First stop was Eli Creek. Incredible clear little refreshing fresh water creek which ends in the sea. Second spot was Champagne Pool – our farthest point up north we went on Fraser Island. We were quite lucky too and saw also a little puppy Dingo on our way up. While heading back, we stopped at Indian Head for a little climb up the… Read More

Well, after I arrived yesterday in Noosa I met surprisingly my friend Hariette from the Uluru trip at the hostel … and, as small as Australia is, … we are also on the same tour ๐Ÿ˜ Anyway, the tour started today … the forecast was rain … which we also had, till we arrived at rainbow beach … <<<<< terwards we had a great day driving on the island over the beach… Read More

The sun is back! So, I packed my daypack and headed to see some Koalas and other native animals in Australia… A good place to do so (a bit cheating though) is the Lone Pine Koala Sanctuary a bit outside of Brisbane. Beside the famous Koalas they also have Dingos, Birds, Sheeps, Kangaroos, Wombats, Tasmanian Devil, Snakes, etc. … Afterwards I just did a little detour to Mt Cootha to catch an… Read More