Fraser’s Island pt1.

8:00am we packed our 4×4 with our team.

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Once the car was loaded we were off towards Fraser’s.

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Had to take the ferry over to the island since there are no paved roads or bridges, and got our first chance to spin the tires on the sand.

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You cannot swim in the ocean due the infestation of sharks so instead we headed to a natural crater lake in the middle of the island, swam && had lunch.

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Erika snapped this fantastic shot of me mid wipeout, after she tripped me.

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Once we were done playing in the water we went back to set up camp.

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Upon arrival at camp, we received our rationed food portions for the remainder of the trip from the back of the trailer. We were given some pretty dirty pots (mom you would have starved before using them) && we used them to cook us a delicious meal. && When I say we, I mean my two new Irish/British friends cooked for us.

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They made us a delicious Asian stir fry. Which was followed by some dranks at the aboriginal “night club” called winkies. We did the limbo, played some cards, & I made a large fire, again by me I mean my new Mexican friend helped me get it going.

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