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#TravelTimehop series edition #3 with Smiths Holiday Road

Welcome back to another edition of my Travel Timehop series where you’ll find memories of great trips from around the world.
This week features Bron from Smiths Holiday Road – an inspirational Australian blog about family travel with a focus on wheelchair accessibility. Last year the Smith family holidayed in Laos, Malaysia and Bali. However Bron has decided to share something even more special: a rare child-free trip. I’m so jealous!

When are we time-hopping to?

20 August 2015.

Where in the world?

Port Douglas, Far North Queensland, Australia.

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I escaped to Port Douglas for my first adventure family free! It was the first time in ten years that I had sat on a plane alone.
I ticked off a major bucket list item of flying in a helicopter. The helicopter was called the ‘Flying Mango’ and we flew from Port Douglas up over Mossman Gorge and the Daintree Rainforest. The view was spectacular even though my knuckles were white for half the flight! 
It was a weekend of sleep ins (past 6am is a sleep in), food (not having to share my breakfast!), long walks on the beach, late night talks and relaxing.

This sounds absolutely blissful. You can read about Bron’s other adventures by checking out her blog, and following her on Twitter, Instagram, and Facebook.

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Born from Smiths Holiday Road takes a helicopter ride in North Queensland, Australia, and shares it with #TravelTimehop