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Sydney, Australia - 2nd January 2009

By: Mosuha

Later that day we also went to the sydney aquarium, which opens it's gates till 10pm.

It was really interessting and we learnt a lot about the creatures of the ocean.

In the aquarium they even have 2 dungongs, also known as sea cows, who are looking sooo friendly and cute!
But they also have dangerous sharks and beautiful corals....

It was like diving in the ocean.....

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Melbourne, Australia - 3rd January 2009

By: Mosuha

It was time to move on....

so we took a flight vom Sydney to Melbourne, better said, near Melbourne, cause the airport was called Avalon and we than had to take a bus which drove 1 hour to Melbourne.

But finally we arrived, and after we checked in at the hotel Rendevouz, we made our way to the tourist information center, which is actually the biggest and best organized we've all ever seen.

And we found some really good things to do for the next 3 days! Stay excited..... :-)

By the way, on the first picture you see a train station building and the funny thing is: originally it was planed to be built in India, but the architect sent the plans to the wrong colony and though it was just here in Melbourne, the goverment decided to built it here!

The second picture shows Melbourne's St. Pauls Cathedral...

That day we didn't do much, just had a nice meal and went to bed early.

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* Posted Apr 28, 2009, 4:43 pm Last edited May 18, 2009, 12:05 pm by Mosuha [Quote] [View just this post] Go to the top of the page


Phillip Island, Australia - 4th January 2009

By: Mosuha

Today, as we woke up, the weather was beautiful and we knew, this day is gonna be awsome!

We planned a daytrip to the so called "penguine parade" on phillip Island, southwest of Melbourne. Later more about the parade....

But I tell you, the way down there was also very beautiful. We had nice rests in the stunning landscape (most of it was protected national park) and we even found a field of different sorts of lavender. It smelled heavenly, as we stood between the lavender and a nice breeze came by from the sea..... sigh....

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Phillip Island, Australia - 4th January 2009

By: Mosuha

As the sun went down, we arrived at a  "lands end" with rocks, where hundrets of seagulls are living and nursing their chicks. The setting was incredible, the wind blew and we had an beautiful walk over the boardwalks, always trying not to disturb the animals along.

At the end of the day, we arrived at a bay, which is famous for it's penguine parade and people build some kind of open arena and some boardwalks there. After the sun is gone people can sit there at the beach and quietely watch one of natures wonders.

Slowly but surely you see, that little penguins (to be correct the smallest sort of penguines on earth) are pieking out of the water...And slowly slowly, the first ones are coming out of the water, forming small groups of maybe 15 or 20...

...as they are very jumpy and shy, you are not allowed to take pictures, otherwise they could get afraid and than they might puke on the beach :-(.... That would be really bad, because, this little penguins were out all day to catch fish for their little chicks, who are desperately waiting for their mums and dads on the beach and between the dunes to get feed....

...and this little groups are waiting very patiently till they feel save to cross the beach.... THAN it is happening.... this cute little animals march over the sand and into the dunes, passing by the human visitors to get to their chicks and it just soooooo amazing to see!..... Some of the chicks are even coming towards their parents to beg for food....

Words can hardly discribe, how exciting we all were to see this... and to hear the little baby penguins calling for their parents....  (some more informations: " http://www.penguins.org.au/ ")

And guess what!? Lucky me, I could take a picture of some wild penguins at the seagull rocks, waiting for their parents, so you can see them, too!

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Area of Melbourne, Australia - 5th January 2009

By: Mosuha

Hi all,

hicks....

Sorry, I just feel a little dizzy..... hicks......

phew....

We took a great trip today with a little bus. We went to 4 differents wineries to taste like hundrets of different wines... the famous australien shiraz, some chardonney etc, but also a nice champagner at the end. We even tasted pink and red sparkling wine.... hicks....

We lernt a lot about the art of wine making and to taste in the "right" way.... hicks....

And the landscape along the way was most amazing and sooooooooo beautiful.... hicks....

We had so much fun.... hicks.... but now I just feel... mmmhh....phew..... hicks..... I better go to catch some sleep....hicks.....

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Great Ocean Road, Australia - 6th January 2009

By: Mosuha

Lucky us, we all went early to bed yesterday, because we had a truely long day today.

We traveled the famous and really scenic "Great Ocean Road" and had some incredible views...

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Rain Forest, Australia - 6th January 2009

By: Mosuha

As we drove westerly, we past by a lot of eucalyptus trees and saw some wild koalas. They were sooo cute...

And we also had some freetime to walk through a nice rainforest. The australian landscape is really one of a kind and so amazingly rich and different.

I just looooooovvvvveeee it!

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* Posted May 18, 2009, 10:14 am Last edited May 18, 2009, 10:30 am by Mosuha [Quote] [View just this post] Go to the top of the page


12 Apostles, Australia - 6th January 2009

By: Mosuha

Later the same day, we arrived at the so called "twelve apostles".

The Twelve Apostles are a collection of limestone stacks off the shore of the Port Campbell National Park, by the Great Ocean Road in Victoria. Their proximity to one another has made the site a popular tourist attraction. Originally the site was called the Sow and Piglets. Muttonbird Island near Loch Ard Gorge was the ‘Sow’ and the smaller rock stacks the ‘Piglets.’ The name was changed in the 1950s to the more majestic "The Twelve Apostles" to lure more visitors even though there were only nine left.

The Twelve Apostles are between the towns of Port Campbell and Princetown on the Great Ocean Road. In the early 2000s a visitor centre was built on the inland side of the road to allow for easy parking and access to the best viewing area.

We also saw the "London Arch" , which is a natural arch in the Port Campbell National Park. This stack was formed by a gradual process of erosion, and until 1990 formed a complete double-span natural bridge.

The arch closest to the shoreline collapsed unexpectedly on 15 January 1990, leaving two tourists stranded on the outer part: they were rescued by a helicopter. Fortunately nobody was injured in the event. Prior to the collapse, the arch was known as London Bridge because of its similarity to its namesake.

It was a really long day, till we arrived back at the hotel and unfourtunatly, it was our last day in australia. We all were a little sad, because we all felt in love with this amazing country!

The next day, we just packed our stuff and hit the plane to sydney, were our flight was waiting to take us back to India.

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* Posted May 18, 2009, 10:28 am Last edited May 18, 2009, 10:30 am by Mosuha [Quote] [View just this post] Go to the top of the page


Singapore, Singapore - 8th January 2009

By: Mosuha

On our way back to Chennai, we stopped in Singapore to change the plane. But we had to pass 7 hours waiting time....

Luckly the aiport of singapore offers a great service. If you like you can get on a free city tour, to get an idea of singapore and of cause we wanted to see that!

This city and small state is unbelievable clean and neat and very modern! We vistited a nice, old chinese temple as well, and back at the airport, there was another surprise.

Imagine, we could see a real Formula One Racing Car from the very close. I was so impressed!

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Chennai- Mahabalipuram, India - 14th January 2009

By: Mosuha

Back in Chennai these days.... but somehow I miss Australia already. I hope, one day I am able to travel there again!

Some friends of my hosts came by this months and we explored a lot of temples and ancient places. Very often we weren't allowed to take pictures for you guys at home.

I am so sorry!

But in this photos you can see some nice and very old shore temples in Mahabalipuram.

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* Posted May 18, 2009, 10:56 am [Quote] [View just this post] Go to the top of the page


Sun Island, Maledives - 7th May 2009

By: Mosuha

pheeeeeeeeeeeeewwwwwwwww....

After already got a little bored in Chennai, it was again, time to travel! I was wondering, where my host would bring me, because they didn't pack a lot of stuff. Just some bathing cloths, a few t-shirts, some books and their ipods.

Where would we go?????

The flight time was not really long, till we landed in ...... Malè, the capitel of the island groups of the maledives.

The Maldives or Maldive Islands, officially the Republic of Maldives, is an island country consisting of a group of atolls stretching south of India's Lakshadweep islands between Minicoy Island and the Chagos Archipelago, and about seven hundred kilometres south-west of Sri Lanka in the Laccadive Sea of Indian Ocean. The twenty-six atolls of Maldives encompass a territory featuring 1,192 islets, of which 250 islands are inhabited.

The Maldives is the smallest Asian country in terms of both population and area; it is the smallest predominantly Muslim nation in the world. With an average ground level of 1.5 metres (4 ft 11 in) above sea level,it is also the country with the lowest highest point in the world, at 2.3 metres (7 ft 7 in).

From Malè we took a seaplane to reach our destination, Sun Island Resort, on an island of the south ari atoll.

The flight was exciting, though you could see several islands on the way by and I was full of anticipation!!!

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PARADISE!!!, Maledives - 8th May 2009

By: Mosuha

I AM IN PARADISE!!!

Sun Island is one of the biggest islands of the maledives and lucky us, we got one of the nicest bungalows on the island.

Although the island is so "big", our place was very private with a piece of "private" beach and I couldn't wait to see the beautiful colour of the ocean here.

From the bungalow it was just a few steps to the shore and.... LOOK AT THAT VIEW!!!

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* Posted May 18, 2009, 11:30 am Last edited May 18, 2009, 11:44 am by Mosuha [Quote] [View just this post] Go to the top of the page


Sun Island, Maledives - 9th May 2009

By: Mosuha

What can you probably do best in paradise?

Exactly!

NOTHING, but relax, chill, hang out.... enjoy!

While my host went for snorkeling, I just soak in the incredible view and took a sunbath....

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Sun Islands, Maledives - 10th May 2009

By: Mosuha

Also the evenings were specially beautiful...

Not only we all enjoyed the sunset, but even the crabs came out to have a piek.... :-)

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Sun Island, Maledives - 11th May 2009

By: Mosuha

The island itself is really nice maintaint and the way to the daily meals (which were really delicious!!!), was like walking through a beautiful exotic garden.

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