Fraser was...well, I coul've been an amazing experience without the rain and without the fact that I honestly do not like camping. Our ground had 10 girls and one boy, so Dhiago ended up putting up the tents and doing all the driving after one of the girls drove the 4wd to a sandy edge and it almost tipped over, but luckily didn't since we were holding it and this Irish guy behind us had a rope and pulled us out. So yes, a good start for the trip. The group was awesome, especially the Brazilian couple Ana and Dhiago, who told me beautiful things about Brazil, two hilarious British girls Gina and Emma, "mom" Tanya and Claire who was camping for the first time. We made such a team the second day when it rained and everything was just so miserable and everyone wanted to leave Fraser :D How silly is that, Fraser was supposed to be the best experience ever but we literally kissed the concrete when we got back to Hervey Bay.
I have to say that the highlight of the trip was Dhiago, who saved us so many times and drove the car miraculously well on the soft sand and rough roads. And when I say rough I mean rough. Finnish summer cottage road times 10.
So many funny things happened at Fraser that I just can't remember all.
We girls sang Enrique Inglesias' Hero to Dhiago and Claire shouted "AWESOOOOME" to Sara all the time. We were recognized by the names of England, Canada and Finland. Bless.