Chapter VII: Epilogue – We’ll be back, Mate!

We will definitely go back to Australia, no doubt about that. When? We don’t know yet. But we are sure that three weeks were not enough for the amount of things we wanted to do in Far North Queensland alone. We met so many great people that opened our eyes and minds to what’s really important to be truly happy, that I will be forever grateful for making our trip a life teaching experience, in all the senses. To finish with this adventure down under (that I hope you’ve enjoyed in reading, as I did in person) I will post the photos that you didn’t see in the previous posts about my holidays in Queensland, Australia.

Young Koala. By Veronica Lopez

Young Koala. By Veronica Lopez

A dragonfly in Mossman Gorge, Daintree Rainforest. Photo by Mario Sainz Martinez

A dragonfly in Mossman Gorge, Daintree Rainforest. Photo by Mario Sainz Martinez

Little spider moving along  its web

Little spider moving along its web

Mom cassowary and its chick. Photo by Veronica Lopez

Mom cassowary and its chick. Photo by Veronica Lopez

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Australian Pelican. Photo by Mario Sainz Martinez

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A kind of Stork? Photo by Veronica Lopez

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Wallaby. Photo by Veronica Lopez

Steelback Crab. Photo by Mario Sainz Martinez

Crocodile. Photo by Mario Sainz Martinez

A very curious fly. Daintree Rainforest. Photo by Veronica Lopez

A very curious fly. Daintree Rainforest. Photo by Veronica Lopez

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Ghost Crab or Sand Crab, very common in tropical areas like Daintree. Photo by Veronica Lopez

Well, Australia was fantastic, and as you can see from all the “spam” posts that I published, we really loved our holidays there. Next post, a weekend in Krakow. Write to you soon!!

 

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