Category: Adventures by Disney

The Red Center

The Red Center

| September 19, 2009 | 17 Replies

Days 5 and 6 of our trip took us to Uluru, in what is known here as “the red center” (the soil is red, and it’s in the center of the country – those Aussies are so creative with naming things ). Uluru is also known more popularly as Ayers Rock. I’ll be honest; while [...]

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My kingdom for a cheeseburger

My kingdom for a cheeseburger

| September 16, 2009 | 12 Replies

On the third day of our Adventures by Disney vacation, we headed out into Cairns for a 45 minute boat ride out to the Great Barrier Reef.  Considered one of the seven natural wonders of the world, this was something I had been looking forward to for many years.  Not so much for myself, because [...]

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A Night for the Senses

A Night for the Senses

| September 15, 2009 | 12 Replies

On Tuesday night, I went for a walk on the beach but was not prepared for the intensity of a Palm Cove evening. You can’t see the animals; you can just hear them. You hear them making sounds that usually preclude someone being killed as they foolishly walk alone in a strange land. As I [...]

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Look Mom, I’m an Aboriginal Drag Queen

Look Mom, I’m an Aboriginal Drag Queen

| September 14, 2009 | 14 Replies

On Monday, our ‘adventure’ took us to the Tjabuki Aboriginal Culture Park.  Located about 20 minutes from our hotel, this bus ride did not include any warnings about how we were likely going to die, but I think that’s only because the ride there was too short.

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Welcome to Australia – Please Don’t Die

Welcome to Australia – Please Don’t Die

| September 10, 2009

You’ll have to forgive me for not updating the trip blog in a few days – getting enough time to actually sit and write has been a challenge – Disney is keeping us very busy!

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A tale of two IPhones

A tale of two IPhones

| September 5, 2009

“It was the best of times, it was the worst of times”  – so goes the opening of one of Charles Dickens classic novels – A Tale of Two Cities.  Although, when Dickens wrote that famous phrase, I seriously doubt he meant ‘best of times’ (I’m on vacation in Australia) and ‘worst of times’ (I [...]

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What do you mean “NO WI-FI”????

What do you mean “NO WI-FI”????

| September 3, 2009 | 16 Replies

Oh, where to begin. First, let me say that my updates to the blog may be more challenging than I could have possibly imagined. The resort has no Wi-Fi. How a five star resort gets by without Wi-Fi is beyond me, but perhaps we’re just spoiled with that in America and the rest of the [...]

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