Karumba, QLD, Australia
About 466 miles from “Cans“
Sometimes, oh and without warning of course, the whole town just separates from the mainland and becomes an island for a few months…so you want to watch out for that.
and the largest gator (sorry…CROC…because it matters while it’s eating you…) ever caught in the history of the planet? Yeah, right down the road.
Welcome to Karumba
(yes, just like how Bart says it)
And while the bus trip there was long, it had its interesting moments:
And at the end we found our final adventure in Australia was to spend 3 months:
- Learning to play Cricket (not as hard as everyone says)
- Finding even more things in Australia that can kill us
- Fully exploring what is actually meant by the term “Pub food”
- Rounding out our Australian grog files
- Dealing with the international bar cat representative
And otherwise finding out what it means to work in a remote outback pub…
…on the beach.
(outback has beaches…who knew?)
It was a lot different than the 3 months we spent skiing in the “Australian Alps”
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