Links to All my Pics from Australia

I made it! 😊 I made folders for my photographs at my Google account, even it took time because the bad wi-fi. Unfortunately I did not have time to write titles as well as I did not take away dubbel  (similar) photos. Though you have the opportunity to write to me, which one you like best. In addition to that, I was not able to turn the photos. I could not find any way to do it, therefore you sometimes have to turn your computer around. 😉 I apologise!

Below are the links for all the folders:

Hobart: https://goo.gl/photos/oNCE7PBvCVjVaVm48
ZooDoo: https://goo.gl/photos/oAHZJZvGaQ2uekKg6
Bruny Island: https://goo.gl/photos/XaBWsgNYUmXvFKVe8
Penguin: https://goo.gl/photos/uXPj3rfMrrdG4v159
Ulverston: https://goo.gl/photos/9yEaLoPxGLLTB3k18
Brunie: https://goo.gl/photos/6DU3Hzw8nVbcrin4A
Launceston: https://goo.gl/photos/CkhvsvBswUwxZdGP9
Craddle Mountain: https://goo.gl/photos/Q9aq2MfGgbPj6uRo8
Devenport Greater Area: https://goo.gl/photos/UJ8cspseUP5igFJA7

Tasmania to Melbourne:  https://goo.gl/photos/qdC8Tu2SWiy7WcfK

Noarlunga:  https://goo.gl/photos/gc3SdJ1Ear2uuTmb6
Christies Beach:  https://goo.gl/photos/WmbWbxepZaVNdTJq6
Adelaide: https://goo.gl/photos/Y4zA7ALQgBAiMojc8
Bordertown: https://goo.gl/photos/hjvD7K9enmRucva27
Naracoorte: https://goo.gl/photos/JdaeVoFCXGQqasQRA
Mt Gambier: https://goo.gl/photos/PvXF8PJSuapjTmZ17
Woodend: https://goo.gl/photos/eA6S5U2DW2qMyURn9
Hanging Rock: https://goo.gl/photos/CmLe3UbiveKFfwbw9
Melbourne: https://goo.gl/photos/MpUhZV4mN3vYZruZA
Canberra: https://goo.gl/photos/cCZs95WQ7DFqAmRt8
Tamworth: https://goo.gl/photos/D356fMi2JbMmQAww7
Warialda Greater Area: https://goo.gl/photos/42aUws23MavmhYZb8
Bingara: https://goo.gl/photos/9d9H33nKAwMeXzFh8
Moree: https://goo.gl/photos/QyAGQYjnUc4kssvb8
Cranky Rock: https://goo.gl/photos/WYpXF3yNnEArprBZ8
Sydney: https://goo.gl/photos/FpknMizSNcxfbqVF8

E N J O Y !!!

 

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RUNNING OUT OF SPACE

Dear reader,

I am very happy, that more and more are following my blog. Even travel writers are looking at it off and on. Anyway my blog(s) are not commercial, though I cannot update the space of it (them) for adding more photographs. Instead I will link to special folders on my Google account, fitting just the area, I have written about. That means e.g. I will have a link to a folder med photos from Noarlunga, one for Adelaide and one for Christies Beach as well etc. The page about the State of Victoria and its capital unfortunately has less photographs as the other areas, that depends simply on, that it was the last site I updated with photos. I apologise for that.

Sometimes I have just the shortenings for the Australian States, I have been. This can be confusing. Therefore you find the states with their names and shortenings as well as the places I have visited in the entire state below.

Tasmania – TAS – Hobart, Zoodoo Wildlife Park, Bruny Island, Penguin, Ulverston, Leven Canyon incl Kaydale Lodge Gardens, Burnie, Launceston, Cradle Mountain,
South Australia – SA – Noarlunga, Christies Beach, Adelaide, Bordertown, Naracorte, Mount Gambier, Naracorte Caves Nationalpark
Victoria – VIC – Woodend, Hanging Rock, Melbourne
Australian Capital Territory – ACT – Canberra
New South Wales – NSW – Muswellbrook, Tamworth, Warialda, Bingara, Cranky Rock, Moree, Ceramic Break Sculpture Park, Sydney

Last but not least I am no longer travelling “Down Under”, but I hope I can return. My fresh adventures you soon can read in my blog “Dorothee in North America/Canada“. Please give me some days to update it. I will announce on twitter respectively send personal emails, when it is done. As I told some of you before, how fast I can do it, depends on the Internet access. – I have a life outside my blog and could not fill it, if I would not have it 😉.

Enjoy as much as you can!
Dorothee

Travelling the World

Maybe I could say, I always travelled the world, because as soon as I could walk, I explored my surroundings. My parents often were afraid, because they did not know where I was. I just could not stay at home all the time. In the beginning it was only to the grocery shop at the end of our street, later it was to a playground, where there were horses nearby. I had to show them for my little brother and for our friends! My trips became longer and longer – the town was soon to small for me, too. I was looking for more places – moved to another country, to a second and third one and I was always on my way. Moving and/or travelling all the time in one or another way.

Finally my dream has come true: I am travelling the world! So far I have been in New Zealand, most of the time hitchhiking. I visited the country for about three months, have seen breathtaking, overwhelming and stunning views. I have met a lot of people there: Kiwis, Maoris, backpackers and other tourists. Most of them have been very friendly.

From 21st February (2016) until 16th May (2016) I was in Australia. I was volunteering here. I started in Tasmania and I have met kind people here, too and others I do not really understand the way they are, but I try to understand the culture. I am hitchhiking here, too. So far it worked very well. From 21st March I was on the Mainland of Australia. People told me, it is not save to hitchhike on the Mainland. I did not do it for the long distances, but once for a shorter one. My hosts have been very different. Even with the best host I felt, that volunteering takes too much time. I am too restless, I will see more faster. Anyway I decided to go back to Australia at the end of my travel throughout Asia. I have seen less than 10% of the country so far.

I am travelling in Canada since 17th May (2016). I will see what this country has to offer me. I am sure, it will be overwhelming sometimes. Canada is the country I dreamed most about to see and I am very happy to be here. By the way I am allowed to stay for six month in this country.

I am independent and I will stay independent even as a traveller. I am on my way to see the “real” countries – not only the tourist areas. I will meet locals and learn of them. I like simple accommodations. I only need a bed for the night – not a whole room for my own. I eat local food as often as possible, I taste what I never have tasted before. I smell what I never have smelled before. I hear, what I never have heard before. I see, what I never have seen before, I experience what I never have experienced before and I feel, what I never have felt before. I am really happy about all these new impressions.