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Survivor Odette Has A Great Tech Rehab Idea

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Odette, still in shock after her blindside exit from her tribe in Monday night's episode of Survivor Australia, says it took mere minutes to forget about her mobile phone.

After being in constant contact with your smartphone in the real world, Odette says the shock of arriving, having to literally build shelter before the sun goes down and then strategising to save your time at camp, she forgot almost instantly about the time she would normally be spending checking her mobile.

"If I'd won the $500,000 I could have spent it on starting Survivor rehab!"

The Sydney pilates and PT says the showdown in the previous tribal council was the reason for her stepping back from her tribemates, leading to their lack of trust in her vote and the end of her time on the island. 

"Yeah but what a way to go out hey" She says with a smile as she recalls the challenges and just how much energy you lose while surviving on limited food and sleep.

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