Presentation on theme: "Chapter 1 Getting to Port Sticks. Traffic Rules in the Sticks When going to Port Sticks, it is very important that you have a map. Signs are very few."— Presentation transcript:
Traffic Rules in the Sticks When going to Port Sticks, it is very important that you have a map. Signs are very few and far. Be sure to rest every 2 hours while on the road. Although there are no traffic lights or speed cameras, it is very important to follow the speed limit. And never overtake by driving into opposing traffic.
Remembered how i said signs are very few and far? Always check the map to know where you are driving, the same road changes to a different name every 5Km… Everything is still good as long as a visible road/track exists…
Its all gooood. You shouldn’t worry just because the road turns into a dirt track… it doesn’t mean you are lost…just follow the map and everything will be okay…its alright… *turning point for Anton*(“hells nooo”, turns around and starts the 6 hour drive back to Brisbane.)
*turning point for Vedran* (“Fuuuck you!!!! Stupid f*&$ up map…how the h*ll did I get here??”) Sometimes it helps to relieves some built up stress when travelling on the road… If in the event that you become lost in the complete sticks of sticks…just back track out and everything will be okay…
Welcome to the resort…here you can find 5 star tents for stays during your visit.. For those with a little more cash, we have a variety of 5 star caravans… If you are tight on your budget, we can arrange some grounds for you to set up your own camp…
Congratulations, you have survived your first test of stickiness… You have managed to navigate to the sticks You now know where to get farm fresh food And found a place to stay…its time to kick back and have a few beers…ahhhhaahha