Goodbye to Australia …Hello South Pacific!

Well folks over the last 7-8 months, I have taken you along on our Australian journey. The land down under was a place I never imagined I would ever get to, in fact it wasn’t even on our radar until a few years ago. Now, I can’t wait to get back and we shall one day.  We have been blessed to travel to many different places in this great big world. We have more places planned in the next year as well and I am sure you will enjoy coming along. Yet,  Australia was so much more than I expected it would be. I am not quite sure what I expected, but from the moment we landed in Sydney, I was in awe of everything this land had to offer us. Our journey along the Gold Coast was fabulous. We had been to Sydney,



Cairns and Port Douglas and Yorky’s Knob,



The Whitsunday Islands,


we visited some great beaches and witnessed some stunning views along the way,



A beautiful view from the Scenic lookout
A beautiful view from the Scenic lookout

Thanks for a great day Port Douglas...till we meet again!
Thanks for a great day Port Douglas…till we meet again!

We then had a visit to the Great Barrier Reef


..and you can’t forget our time in Surfer’s Paradise…


or sightings of creatures natural to the land down under…




..and more great views and beaches…




So as we sail away from Sydney…


our next stop would offer us some different views …. thanks for your hospitality Australia,  but as we say goodbye for now ….Tahiti awaits…




9 thoughts on “Goodbye to Australia …Hello South Pacific!

  1. Gorgeous image, I have to ask – what is the cause of that wonderful white ‘fog/steam’ in the center right region of the fourth image from the bottom. I love the entire image. Thanks for sharing your travels, and for stopping by and liking “Snow, Sleds, and Memories” 🙂

    1. Thanks… the white you refer to in the picture is actually a storm that was coming toward me and passing through the valley. The way the sun was reflecting through the clouds gave it that misty/fog look. A lucky capture! About 10 minutes later we were in the pouring rain…

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