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1: The Blockley Family Adventures | Down Under and | Part Four September-December 2010 | Back Again

3: Palm | Cove | September

4: Sea Temple Resort

5: Our Apartment

6: Fun at the Pool

7: Teaching Holly and Daniel to Snorkel

8: Wave Dancer | Port Douglas Marina | Forst Glimpse

9: Day trip to The Low Isles | Of Low Isle | First glimpse

10: Low | Crystal clear water

11: Wave Dancer | Isles

12: Low Isles

13: Lighthouse

15: The weather turned on the way back to the mainland

16: Crocodile | Peacock | Wombat | Cassowary | breakfast. . . | with the . . . | Koalas

17: Cairns Tropical Zoo | Pelican

18: We never got bored of feeding the Kangaroos

19: FUN FUN FUN

20: Ellis

21: Beach | probably our favourite beach

22: Building

23: Sandcastles

26: Daddy stole Holly's swimmers!

27: and then buried Holly and Daniel

29: Palm Cove Beach

30: Port Douglas

32: The rain and clouds cleared for just long enough for us to get this view

35: dodging the cyclists

37: Day trip to Michaelmas Cay and Hastings Reef

38: Holly

45: Holly's 8th Birthday

51: Halloween

53: Central NSW Coast | october | Holly and Daniel in their PJs on the beach

54: South

55: Durras

56: Our Cabin | Meeting | the locals

57: Mill Beach

58: Batemans Bay

59: Long Beach

60: two headed kangaroo

61: Pebbly Beach

62: BRISBANE

63: ASHES 2010 | Australia | UK | UK

64: Uluru- | Kate Tjuta

65: November | entrance to the National Park

66: Holly and Mummy completed the 9.4km base walk, it was incredibly hot and the amount of flies were unbelievable. Despite the heat and bugs we made it and Holly did an absolutely amazing job. Note: we did try and call for an early pick up but there was no signal on the other side of the rock! so we had no choice but to keep going! | Ayers Rock

67: Aboriginal | paintings

71: Sunset at Ayers Rock, we watched a storm slowly head towards us, followed by a beautiful rainbow. We were then fortunate enough to be one of the lucky few to witness the natural phenomenon of waterfalls running down the rock

73: Kate Tjuta -The Olgas | With lots of encouragement (& a fair bit of whinging!) we all completed the Valley of the Winds walk on an extremely hot evening

74: a wild camel next to the Olgas | Ayers rock from the Aeroplane | The road to western Australia

75: Cultural Centre

76: Camel Trek in the Outback | hold on | lean back | lean forward

77: kiss kiss | up

78: Sunrise

79: Ayers Rock with the Olgas in the background

80: Sunset

83: Mother Teresa Primary, an amazing school and wonderful community whom all helped to make our year down under so special

85: Home

86: ACSC 2010 Air Force Course Members | Graduation Day the reason why we came to Australia in the first place

87: ACSC 2010 Course Members

89: Friends

91: Christmas Story

92: preparing the air balloon on a (very) early december morning

93: During our last few days in Canberra we all got up very early for a hot air balloon trip over the city | December

95: Up Up and Away

96: Mt Ainslie | The Deck | Commonweath Bridge | National Museum | National Library | Old and New Parliament

97: Lake Burley- Griffin | Telstra Tower | Canberra from the Air

98: Coming in to Land in front of Old Parliament

99: what a wonderful way to end our year in Canberra, an amazing experience, well worth the early start

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