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Re: Working and Traveling Australia, Our Journey.
« Reply #675 on: October 24, 2019, 11:06:39 AM »
What van did you finish up getting to replace the camper?
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Re: Working and Traveling Australia, Our Journey.
« Reply #676 on: October 24, 2019, 11:45:40 AM »
What van did you finish up getting to replace the camper?

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Re: Working and Traveling Australia, Our Journey.
« Reply #677 on: August 28, 2020, 05:24:00 PM »
Apologies have been slack updating this.

We spent the last 7 months working for a company as relief store managers. We have been to Ali Curung NT, Tjuntjunjara being in the middle of the WA desert and then stuck for 3 months, due to covid, in a community called Willowra. 

We then decided to take 3 months off and head back to Wollongong to pick up the car and van and travel to Cairns to catch up with Penny's family. 

From there we headed back to Alice to start back at work on the 31st August. We will put our van in storage here until our next holiday.

The plan is to work till December 2021 and take 6 months off to travel before coming back.

So our first gig back is in SA at a place called Yalata. We fly out to Adelaide for n over night stop then a flight to Ceduna and pick up a hire car and drive 2 and a half hours to Yalata. Will be taking the drone for some shots of the cliff's along the Nullabor.

Any way some pics from the last 10 months.



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