The Stirling Ranges. My last stop of the roadtrip before I get to Perth. I find it amusing that I started this trip on the beach looking up at the clouds and I’m ending it on the top of a mountain with my head in them! If this is what happens in three short months … More Mountain Fun
I might need an ark! A rainy day today so had loads of free time indoors with power and wifi – simple pleasures It’s the first chance I have actually had to look through all my photos from the trip so far. Wow! It really is good to stop every once in a while and just … More Snatches and Glimpses
What comes after whalesharks? Well a few quiet days in fact. I decided to leave Exmouth when I found myself gliding down the street thinking I was a fish. Too much time in the water. I drove south to Coral Bay to check it out, but as it was school holidays the place looked like a fat … More Where to now?
I think I like having no phone – occasionally. Have spent the last few days in Karijini National Park, and it’s up there as a contender for a favourite of the trip. It’s hard to pin down exactly why some places give you an energy, but this one did for me. Maybe it’s because I … More A contender for favourite place so far….
Today I am in Millstream National Park, complete with a new tent. I was camping under trees last night and the birds have very kindly christened it. Hopefully that means good luck. They also just shit on my shoulder as I was about to eat my dinner. Guess that means I am lucky they missed … More Catching up with myself and dreaming of a healthier body
From Broome I am heading south on the Walu Way, to get to Exmouth and the whalesharks. The first stretch involves abit of highway driving so when I came across a place with the word ‘beach’ in it’s name, I had to stop. 80 Mile Beach, bliss. I Intended to stop for a break instead … More On the way south
I have reached the end of the Savannah Way and the coast! Broome, I could have easily stayed here a long time. What’s not to like about a town that has a beach 22km long? Although I did find out one thing when I went for a run one morning……. the nudist part of the … More Horizontal in Broome
So I went along to see the Bungle Bungles or Purnululu National Park. Purnululu is the name given to the sandstone area of the Bungle Bungle Range by the Kija Aboriginal people. The name means sandstone. It was easily one of the most spectacular and memorable places on the trip so far. In this case the road was too … More Bungled at the Bungles
People have been asking me if I get lonely traveling by myself. I realised I haven’t said much about who I have met along the way. So in case you are wondering – I do talk to other people! Such a great cross section of life is on the road, you can never tell who … More Lance Who?