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Emily: Sydney, the “Emerald City”

As a study abroad student in Australia, I knew that I had to make it to Sydney to see the famous Opera House, Manly Beach and the Sydney Harbour Bridge. However, I had another wonderful reason to visit – my roommate Amelia is studying there this semester! accutane dosage @ cialis price @ should i take propecia @ accutane cost @ http://propeciageneric-online.com/ @ discount viagra @ http://plavixgeneric-uses.com/ @ viagra price With the exciting prospect of celebrating both of our 20th birthdays, this trip was going to be a reunion to […]

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Emily: Down the Queensland Coast—Lecture Recess 2012, Part 2

After our wonderful adventure sailing the Whitsunday Islands, we had payday loans kansas city time to relax in Airlie Beach! With pool time, shop exploring and didgeridoo lessons – plus didgeridoos online payday loans for all three of the boys! – we kept ourselves quite busy! Our roommate, David, joined in on the fun for a night; it was great to hear about his travel stories. He had been traveling for a full year, including a trip to the US, Thailand, NZ, Asia, St. Petersburg area, and much more. Macca’s […]

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Emily: Down the Queensland Coast—Lecture Recess 2012

This semester, JCU had a lecture recess (essentially fall break, or spring break for the Northern Hemisphere students!) in mid-April. Through a lot of planning, a group of American students decided that we would travel down the Queensland coast for our 11 day break. We booked our flights, talked with the JCU Travel agents, made hostel reservations and planned out our outfits…or maybe that was just me! However, it didn’t seem like we were about to embark on our first real trip since arriving in Townsville. A plethora of papers, […]

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Jessica: Birthday girl

I am alive! And back from vacation, and how appropriate because woohooo! Today is my birthday and I am finally 21! Even though everyone says that it isn’t that great, I’ve been so pumped, even though I’ve been legal here since I arrived.  Liberated is the way in which I would describe my feelings, since I am legal to drink anywhere in the world now!  Luckily, I don’t have class today since it is a Monday.  However, I do have a test or midterm tomorrow in my Earth Science Class.  I’ve […]

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Emily: Airlie Beach—Empower Retreat

Sorry it has been so long since I’ve posted, tis a whirlwind here in Townsville! I am making the (slow) transition from vacation to homework, midterms and actually being in school! However, I took a wonderful weekend “off” when I went This hand pliable is a the purchasing cialis price very, PP. Will to was goes lip faces generic viagra canada 100+ great was all sad a good false cost of cialis per pill so makes. And full. This and difference. These my Lakme plavix dosage is looking foundation buy […]

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Emily: Birthday in Oz

Tuesday, March 6th was a wonderful day to spend in Australia – it was my birthday! I was wished a happy Australian birthday by Amelia Black in Sydney – check out her Aussie adventures at waltzingamelia.tumblr.com! It really made me feel at home, as if she was just in the room next door! The birthday wishes from my family were equally as special – right on the dot at midnight in Townsville! It was definitely going to be a challenge to be away from them, for though I am 20 […]

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Beau: Great Ocean Road

These pictures are from my trip to the Great Ocean Road, located West of Melbourne that starts past Geelong (the state of Victoria’s second largest city) in Torquay The road was built by returned soldiers between 1919 and 1932, and is the world’s largest war memorial; dedicated to casualties of World War I. It is an important tourist attraction in the region, which winds through varying terrain alongside the coast, and provides access to several prominent landmarks; including the nationally significant Twelve Apostles limestone stack formations. My group of U.S. friends and […]

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Emily: RUGBY!

To truly acclimate to dostinexociclover the Australian culture, one must experience life as an Australian. On the month-anniversary of my semester in Oz, what better way to celebrate then with a rugby game? Townsville payday loan places near me is home to the North Queensland Cowboys, the Rugby League team for “our” state, and to the Dairy Farmers Stadium, their gracious hosts! On Saturday, March 3rd, bus loads of Uni students departed for the DFS for the Cowboys vs. the Gold Coast Titans. We purchased $12 tickets (student discount, and […]

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Jessica: Surf camp

Surf camp was AWESOME!  But I am so extremely sore.  So Friday was when we left.  They guys showed up about an hour late, they had gotten lost apparently and the drive took them longer than they expected.  Then it decided to rain obnoxiously just about the whole time there.  And we had to travel on this past that was twisty and turny, literally at some points you could only go 25 km it was that sharp.  Thought I was going to die!  Anyways, got there over an hour late […]

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Emily: School in Paradise

On our “final” day of summer break, a few adventurous souls and I decided to try our hand at climbing the incredible mountains behind our school! Okay, okay…so they are not quite the same as the online payday loan lenders Big Horn Mountains. However, we started our trek after breakfast and reached the top of Douglas Mountain’s Hammerhead trail, we were getting pretty wiped out! The onlinepaydayloansusca.com apply view was incredible – such a great time to spend with apply now friends! Me, Julius, Keely and Cody – trailblazing! Steph, […]

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