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Do you have a story to share with us about your travels to Australia?

  1. Karanda profile image80
    Karandaposted 6 years ago

    Do you have a story to share with us about your travels to Australia?

  2. Whatisyourquery profile image60
    Whatisyourqueryposted 6 years ago

    Karanda,

    Actually, I have.  My wife, Angela, has written 93 pages report, by the title, Aspects of Italy.  In a PDF format, you can read it here: http://www.filejumbo.com/Download/FA182AA770AEDEA2
    Regards,

    Nadir Martello

  3. Breener Zein Ryan profile image59
    Breener Zein Ryanposted 6 years ago

    https://usercontent1.hubstatic.com/6407158_f260.jpg

    I do have story about my travels ...am from East Africa Kenya ...am born in a Town knows as Mombasa when i left there to in 2004 it was known as a second  City of Kenya.. What more you want to know from Kenya ? ask me and i shall help you with more information.'

    Below is a decoration of the town am from ....they call them '' Mombasa Tusk ''

    Oh about coming to Australia it was not easy i had to go through alot of paper work and red tapes screen ..before getting my partner visa ..i don't want to go into details yet ...i am new in hub trying to figure out how to start my hub by reading through it ..

  4. BlossomSB profile image92
    BlossomSBposted 6 years ago

    I live in Australia, so I don't need to travel 'to' it, but I've travelled quite a bit in it. I had a small motor-home and that was a great way to go as I have children in both Victoria and Queensland. If I were in a hurry, I'd go on the inland route and even with stopping for rests at the required every two hours, I'd usually only spend two nights on the way. The no-hurry way was along the Princes Highway, which hugs the coastline much of the way. A great route in the summer, as when it was near the Pacific we could have a swim before our meals. Lots of interesting things to see, places to visit, so this route might take a week. Of course, when we reach Brisbane, we're really only half-way up Australia, so there's lots more to see in the tropics, too. Have you been here?

  5. lilian_sg profile image76
    lilian_sgposted 6 years ago

    I wrote a comprehensive hub on my travels to Western Australia, particularly Perth area. My favourite memory was seeing wild dolphins swimming less than a metre away from me!

 
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