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Top Three Holiday Photos

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2010 Alaska-we opted to use the Marine Highway to get around. First ferry was the Taku, an overnight trip between Ketchikan & Petersburg. We had a cabin, it was possible to pitch a tent on a section of the back deck

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The place we rented in Petersburg was well located! Photo at low tide
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Six trips last year starting with my first trip to the the NT and Uluru

Field of Lights

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Kata Tjuta

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I was going to include a picture of 'those' people on segways but that would be us, so maybe not :)

Uluru at sunrise. Just beautiful

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I love the drive across the NZ southern alps across Arthur's Pass from CHC to the west coast. Early May last year. Just went half way to an Airbnb at Arthur's to see bigal's family

I even remembered how to make a decent fire.

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The hilarious 'moa' at the Bealey Hotel

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The southern alps from the Bealey

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Then a couple of weeks later, no fire required, at The Reef House at Palm Cove for an three night weekend. What a beautiful hotel, and Palm Cove is just a really nice relaxing place. This time in six weeks we'll be back, for five nights this time.

We saw quite a few butterflies

At the Butterfly farm in Kuranda

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Beside the railway station above Barron falls

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and out off the entry to our room at The Reef House

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