Respect the sacred site. Happy to see that the trail to the top is now closed. We were one of the last ones to see tourists desecrating the trail that is to only be used by the Aboriginal people.
We've done a lot of traveling lately which means a lot of photo sifting and editing. These two areas were absolutely gorgeous. The Babinda boulders had a wonderful swimming hole that was far colder than expected. Unfortunately you couldn't climb the boulders but that's probably for the better. Josephine Falls is known for it's natural... Continue Reading →
These two were jamming out last weekend and absolutely killing it. You can see the pure joy in their faces.
It's not the prettiest town in the world, hence the photos being mostly of pelicans and bats from a prior post. That doesn't take away from just how much of an incredible experience we had there. It is the gateway to some phenomenal outdoor activities and sheer natural beauty. We would absolutely go back.
I know it's been awhile but we've been working a lot on our house and went on vacation to Australia. I'll get back to posting more regularly now that we are back. These Fruit Bats, Flying Foxes, were found in a tree in the middle of the city Cairns. There were thousands just resting during... Continue Reading →