australia trip

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    Nov 01, 2012 5:01 AM GMT
    i am planning a trip. For just me. To australia next fall (american fall). And i want to know from all australians/those who have traveled to australia, where is the best place to go? I dont want that boring resort, same old vacation that everyone else takes. I want hot sex on the beach, a fling, a run through the forest. To stay in the australia that the natives see. To stay in a shitty shack and hear animals at night and be feasted upon by insects and whatever else i can do! Come on people! Give the guy who thinks getting lost in India with no money is exciting! i crave adventure! A wild romance, a hot desert, a cool beach, wild animals. Danger. I want to make the most of this trip. And after its over. I'll prolly go to brazil icon_smile.gif
  • gbc59

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    Nov 01, 2012 7:47 AM GMT
    kangaroo island , with only 2000 residents its still untouched with wildlife, the flinders ranges (wilpena pound) wild true outback australia ( only fling u will get is from a horny big red)
  • agro

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    Nov 01, 2012 12:54 PM GMT
    don't come down here it's really boring icon_mad.gif
  • zakariahzol

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    Nov 01, 2012 4:30 PM GMT
    I was in Darwin, Northern Territory. Stay in some backpacking hotel Frog Lodge. Do the Museum, Botanical Garden, City, and etc.. The Australian bush is great. Not that much sexual stuff , except for the Nudist Beach at Casuarina Beach. Australia is really expensive though. So, make sure you bring a lot of money with you.
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    Nov 01, 2012 9:13 PM GMT
    Check out XXXX Island icon_lol.gif . No girls allowed...all straights though .........or are they icon_biggrin.gif
  • HotpotFun

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    Nov 02, 2012 4:35 AM GMT
    Hello Babi, Ur best bet would be to get a holiday working visa for Australia, this visa allows you to live and work for one year. U can start ur journey from Perth or from Sydney OR go around Oz, u will enjoy it, lot of "blow jobs" if u feel comfortable. Pls post program, I will be happy to guide u or become ur travel budd once u r in Aust, NO CONDITIONS ATTACHED. I will spend my money and u spend yours. Fair and honest.
  • HotpotFun

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    Nov 02, 2012 10:46 AM GMT
    agro93 saiddon't come down here it's really boring icon_mad.gif


    I dont understand why discourage someone cruising down-under. Aussies are great people on earth to get along.icon_surprised.gif
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    Nov 02, 2012 11:36 AM GMT
    Sydney has some great sights (and the largest gay population) it's a big busy city with plenty to do. Everything is polished.
    Melbourne is more hip and 'street' savvy city, lots of cool pubs and social scene. Everything is edgy and arty.
    Brisbane and Adelaide are smaller cities with their own charms. (I'm from Adelaide)
    The top end (Darwin) is best enjoyed in the 'dry season' during the australian winter, perfect weather!
    If you have the time, backpack, buy a car (or hire a camper van) and drive. Lot's of driving. You'll find the most authentic Australian holiday travelling between the towns.
    Sing out if you'd like any more info!

  • demasi

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    Nov 02, 2012 12:08 PM GMT
    agro93 saiddon't come down here it's really boring icon_mad.gif


    bored is a state of mind.
    I don't find aus boring at all!
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    Nov 03, 2012 5:31 AM GMT
    If it is sex you are after, you will probably only find lots of it in Sydney or Melbourne. Out in those wild places you crave, you will have to bring your own partner. Going to Australia in the American fall will probably be the Australian winter or spring, so not very hot. Maybe in the far north, which is something you could research. There are still native forests in the South, especially the Southwest, but you won't find a lot of hot gay sex there, and perhaps no people at all.
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    Nov 03, 2012 6:03 AM GMT
    get your open water diving cert. and go diving with Sharks in the great barrier reef. there are a lot of compaines that set up this kind of dive. The one I went on left from Cairns. It was a five day liveaboard. I think the company was called "Taka". Give it a try, its exhillarating!
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    Nov 03, 2012 6:17 AM GMT
    For a fun adventure I suggest a petting zoo with one of these:

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  • HotpotFun

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    Nov 03, 2012 7:19 AM GMT
    demasiadobueno said
    agro93 saiddon't come down here it's really boring icon_mad.gif


    bored is a state of mind.
    I don't find aus boring at all!

    I agree with you Demasi 100%, Aust not boring at all, its really really exciting.
    Keep bulking up in the gym, u r on the right track. I also think that sex is a state of mind as well. One should not depend upon it, rather sex should depend upon you.
  • agro

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    Nov 04, 2012 10:29 AM GMT
    I was joking, guys, I love it here icon_biggrin.gif non-island countries can get fucked
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    Nov 04, 2012 1:04 PM GMT
    I had the best year ever in Australia albeit in '95, so I can't really point anything out in case it is no longer there. The people were so easy to get along with and have a great outdoor lifestyle. My highlights were Sydney check out Newtown and Glebe, and Oxford Street, and Byron Bay, they are part of the tourist trail but in each place you can find somewhere off the beaten track. The Aussies do the best parties especially if your into the dance party scene.

    One of my many of memories was a night of passion on Byron Bay beach. On horizon there was a huge thunder and lightning storm, it seemed to light up the whole sky and the rumble of thunder could be heard over the sounds of the waves. It was a great experience.

    Many thanks to you boys down under


  • gbc59

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    Nov 05, 2012 7:16 AM GMT
    too late agro if u did not think it ,u would not have posted it. every aussie city has a different feel. the excitement of Sydney, Mebourne or Brisbane, Adelaide very quiet but clean and for a quick stop over worthwhile althought the gay scene virtually non-existant, but for adventure the country is fun, and different, yes expensive for hotels and food , but boring its not,u name it u can do it .
  • HotpotFun

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    Nov 05, 2012 10:08 AM GMT
    Jonesy saidI had the best year ever in Australia albeit in '95, so I can't really point anything out in case it is no longer there. The people were so easy to get along with and have a great outdoor lifestyle. My highlights were Sydney check out Newtown and Glebe, and Oxford Street, and Byron Bay, they are part of the tourist trail but in each place you can find somewhere off the beaten track. The Aussies do the best parties especially if your into the dance party scene.

    One of my many of memories was a night of passion on Byron Bay beach. On horizon there was a huge thunder and lightning storm, it seemed to light up the whole sky and the rumble of thunder could be heard over the sounds of the waves. It was a great experience.

    Many thanks to you boys down under



    Agreed 100% You get 11 out of 10 from me. icon_biggrin.gif
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    Nov 06, 2012 4:51 AM GMT
    HotpotFun said
    agro93 saiddon't come down here it's really boring icon_mad.gif


    I dont understand why discourage someone cruising down-under. Aussies are great people on earth to get along.icon_surprised.gif


    I totally agree with you mate , and so much to see !!!
  • FRE0

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    Nov 06, 2012 5:01 AM GMT
    In January 2004, I drove a rental car all over Tasmania. The scenery in Tassy is fantastic including in the mountains. There are interesting places to hike and a lot of quaint historic preservation.

    I have two photos posted that I took in Oz: One is on the superstructure of the Sydney Harbour Bridge; the other is of the sun setting over the Gordon River in Tassy.
  • MikemikeMike

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    Nov 06, 2012 9:37 AM GMT
    check your shoes for funnel web spiders before you put them onicon_idea.gif
    Google them. All over Sydney...icon_evil.gif
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    Nov 06, 2012 10:18 AM GMT
    Also Drop bears, you have to keep a watch out for drop bears.
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    Nov 06, 2012 11:30 AM GMT
    DaviBabi said...a hot desert, a cool beach, wild animals. Danger.

    Two words: FRASER ISLAND!


    A hot desert:

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    A cool beach:

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    Wild animals:

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    and Danger:

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    I dare you to find somewhere that satisfies your criteria any better.
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    Nov 07, 2012 1:40 AM GMT
    I'm here in Melbourne at the moment! I do love the city, it's great... but i understand what you mean about wanting adventure. Ive heard bushwalking in Darwin can be really great... along with a lot of wildlife. Good luck!

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    Nov 07, 2012 5:11 AM GMT
    Im going to Sydney in January