First of all they are NOT GUILTY!!! Two Canadian women accused of smuggling over $30 million (US $23 million) worth of cocaine into Sydney on a cruise ship documented their lavish holiday on social media before their arrest at the weekend. Melina Roberge, 23, and Isabelle Lagacé, 28, were on the Sea Princess cruise, which started in Britain and visited Canada, USA, Colombia, Peru and Auckland all before arriving in Australia on Sunday. The pair, along with co-accused Andre Tamine, 63, fronted a Sydney court on Monday after they were caught allegedly attempting to import 95kg (200lb) of cocaine into the country. The trio, who are all from Quebec, are now facing life in prison after being charged with one count each of 'import commercial quantity of border controlled drug.' However a look at the young women's social media accounts shows the pair having the time of their life in the months leading up to their arrest. Pictures show them taking part in a range of activities from drinking coconuts on the beach to riding quad bikes through the desert while on the $20,000 (US $15,000) cruise. Roberge works at a Pandora jewelry store in Quebec, according to her Facebook page. But her Instagram account is flooded with images of the young woman wearing little more than a bikini, in exotic locations such as Ecuador and Peru. In Peru, the 23-year-old, went hiking, posed for photographs with local children and also tried her hand at quad-biking, with one image showing her standing atop a bike. 'Traveling is one thing ... But traveling with an open mind, ready to taste everything, see everything, learn everything and get yourself out of your comfort zone .. Is probably the best therapy and lesson ever,' she wrote alongside an image taken in Chile. I used to be afraid to get out of my little town and now I feel like I don't want to see that little town anymore cause it's beautiful out there and it's sooo worth it,' the caption read. She had visited Chile earlier in August and posted a picture at the top of a set of steps in Valparaiso on Facebook, adding: 'After climbing 100 steps, here's your picture mom!!' Similarly, Lagacé's Facebook and Instagram feature dozens of bikini-clad travel photos, the most recent of which was taken in Tahiti with the caption: 'Collect moments, not things.' The pair also stopped off at the capital of French Polynesia, Papeete, during their round-the-world trip, where Roberge got a tattoo on her ankle, which according to her 'means the protection of the traveler'. After Roberge, Lagacé and Tamine were arrested on Sunday, Australian Border Force (ABF) Regional Commander Tim Fitzgerald said the drug bust was the nation's largest ever narcotics bust through passenger transportation. 'This is the biggest seizure of narcotics through a passenger stream, so either through the airport or cruise ships, this 95kg of cocaine is the largest seizure we've seen in Australia,' Fitzgerald told AAP. He believes all 95kg were destined for Australia. ABF Assistant Commissioner, Strategic Border Command, Clive Murray said that the case was yet another example of international cooperation leading to significant results in the fight against international drug syndicates.