Why the Australian youth are looking for extreme walks abroad
in countries where very strict laws?
Some dangerous trips of Australians
In the countries of the Pacific region and regions of the Indian Ocean
Where a tourist from the United States goes to jail
In one not very democratic country.
So be careful when you are traveling to the country,
Where there is no democracy and
Where a person's life is worth nothing
Australian tourists forget.
That they are in another country.
On the photo Young Australian women on vacation overseas
Even where soft drugs are considered a serious crime
On the photo Schapelle Corby
Schapelle Leigh Corby (born 10 July 1977) is an Australian woman
who was convicted of smuggling cannabis into Indonesia.
She spent nine years imprisoned on the Indonesian island
of Bali in Kerobokan Prison.
Since her arrest Corby has publicly maintained that
the drugs were planted in her bodyboard bag and that she did not know about them.
Her trial and conviction were a major focus of attention for the Australian media
In August 2009, Jonathan Phillips, an Australian psychiatrist and past president
of the RANZCP, was paid by New Idea magazine
to fly to Bali and assess her condition.
His report, which appeared in the magazine and accompanied
a deal between the magazine and the Corby family,
stated that her mental condition was deteriorating seriously
in the prison and urged that she be transferred to an Australian hospital or,
at least, an Indonesian one.
The Premier of Queensland, Anna Bligh, supported Corby serving
her time in Australia.
Corby has been medicated for both depression and bouts of psychosis.
Corby was released from Kerobokan Prison on 10 February 2014.
Avoiding the packed media surrounding her,
she was loaded into a prison van
and taken to the prosecutor's office in Denpasar,
where she was fingerprinted and had the rules of her parole explained to her.
Corby then left the prosecutor's office in the prison van,
which drove towards the Bali Correction Centre.
After she arrived at the Correction Centre,
she signed her parole and underwent final explanation of her parole.
She was then released.
It is believed she will stay with her sister
in Kuta to serve her parole period.
Another young Australian woman was arrested in China.
Woman Kalynda Davis, was allegedly caught trying to smuggle 75 kg of "ice"
out of China.
Shackled and shorn: Kalynda Davis (above)
was placed in shackles and had her long blonde hair forcibly cut
in a prison bob as she awaited the outcome of secret negotiations
with Chinese authorities to secure her freedom
on the grounds she knew nothing of the drugs packed in the suitcases.
Ex Sydney cop Larry Davis flew secretly to China
and with the help of Australian consular officials manageed
to secure the release of his daughter Kalynda
(pictured, with her father), but Peter Gardner was not so lucky
After a dangerous misunderstandings, she was released.
And returned with her father, home to Australia.
Another passenger Peter Gardner,
who created an unpleasant situation for the girl.
He hid dangerous substances, next to a woman
Which flew in the plane on the same flight
Will answer before the Chinese law
Sydney construction worker Peter Gardner (centre),pictured handcuffed
and escorted by police,
arrives at Guangzhou Court which is about to determine
whether he will face a firing squad
for attempting to smuggle a massive drug haul.
Gardner, has been in a Chinese prison since he was arrested
in November 2014 trying to board a flight to Australia
with his then girlfriend, woman Kalynda Davis.
Strictly confidential diplomatic talks convinced Chinese officials
that Kalynda Davis had known nothing about the suitcase contents
and saved her from the possible death penalty.
Sydney building worker Peter Gardner, will learn his fate in April
when a Guangzhou court in southern China decides
if he will get the death penalty for attempting to smuggle
30kg "ice" onto a Sydney bound plane
he was boarding with Sydney woman Kalynda Davis
With people happen the harrowing stories
of people who end up in situations beyond their worst nightmares.
Some have been caught smuggling drugs or another illegal item through customs.
On the photo
Scenes from the movie Locked Up Abroad and Banged Up Abroad
Other adventurers have strayed too far off the beaten track
and found themselves hostage to guerrilla forces.
In some countries dangerous animals and reptiles live
Tourists from Australia and Europe travel to countries,
Where inexpensive service and cheap prices,
but they forget about the dangers,..