Australia -Â known for kangaroos, desert and people talking with a funny accent:)
It is also used to be my home during University years and I still hold a permanent residency there.
I left Sydney in 2013, because part of me didnâ€™t feel myself there and this was the first time I went back since then. Even though I could never go back to living Down Under, it is such a great place to visit as a tourist!!!
Okay, but from the beginning.
I had 20 days planned for Sydney and Northeastern Queensland.
The first two days I spent in Sydney. It was so much fun catching up with old friends from the University of Sydney years! Oh, I miss that Sydney nightlife too!
I was happy I still knew my way around town very well and remember every single details from public transport layout to the closest bathroom to the Opera House LOL 🙂
On my second day, I wanted to show M. as much as possible as heâ€™s never been to Sydney. Read about myÂ Sydney adventuresÂ HERE.
After we spent a day in Brisbane,Â we headed to get our Campervan – Jucy Camper, who was the sponsor of my trip.
The plan was to drive up the coast from Brisbane all the way up to Cape Tribulation (about 1000 miles North).
This was my first time in a campervan, and I can honestly say that it was so much fun!!
For the two weeks, the van truly became my home. And let me tell you, it is such a cool feeling when you can bring your home with you everywhere you go! It’s a land version of a sailboat 🙂
One of my favorite things EVER was waking up right on to the beaches of Australia or doing yoga on the roof of my camper at sunrise.