I noticed there are heaps of photos of our trips to Singapore, Shen Zhen, Sydney and many others that left sitting on my hard drive since forever. Not to say that I did not try to urge myself to blog about them while the memory was still fresh, but sometimes I just got too tired and busy, and eventually, the excitement of posting fades away. However today, something tickled my fancy to dig out those photos of our Fraser Island trip. It was almost one and a half year ago (I know, I still look the same! Is that a good thing or bad?), we went on the Fraser Explorer Day Tour to Eli Creek, Maheno Shipwreck on 75-Mile Beach, Lake McKenzie and Central Station of the Great Sandy National Park. Good old memories ♥
I have no idea what was I doing there, trying to compare a biscuit with a heart perhaps? xD
Me looking uber blur.
Mr. Choo, don't you dare messing with my "heart"!
Relaxing on its dazzling white beach. That's right, a lake with white sandy beaches!!!
There were people swimming, having picnic or even taking a nap, just like this old lady here sleeping so soundly next to her hubby.
Very cooling crystal clear water.
Do, re, me...
According to our tour guide, you may scrub your hands and feet with these white sands which have some sort of polishing and whitening purposes.
Back on our bumpy ride once again! I lost count how many times did I fall asleep throughout the bus tour. It felt as if I was put in a cradle, a giant metal rocking cradle T_T
Four of us on the ferry departed from Hervey Bay.
Welcome to Fraser Island World Heritage Area.
We are now arrived at the Central Station, where our little bush walking expedition began.
Orange fungus on log.
Some covered with vibrant green moss.
The jungle trekking sign.
Many thumbs up to this 泰国老字号"上标油 " which helped relieving the mosquito bites on us.
One last shot before we headed back to the jetty.