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Silly Travel Anecdote – Tasty Cheesy

Finally a rest in a normal bed, away from sand and annoying insects. No more wallabies to make rustling noises, no more bright moon to light up the night. Not sure if that was a good or bad thing, Outback camping does mess with your perceptions of comfort. It was a hostel after all and […]

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Road Trip Day 8 – Falling Deep in Love With Kings Canyon

Rising early has become a standard thing and you think that I should by now be used to waking up before the sun and into a cool night with stars twinkling overhead and racing towards the first rays of red light. Nope, that is definitely not the case. Even though it feels increasingly cold in […]

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Road Trip Day 5 – Getting My Swag on

Camping underneath the stars, the ultimate Australian experience. Or so I’ve been told. Well, I thought I’d give it a try – plus, I didn’t have much of a chance since it was included in the tour I booked, but just forget that I mentioned that. Why go to a different country if you stay […]

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Road Trip Day 4 – Digging up the Dirt in Coober Pedy

Engines are roaring and hitting hard rock, grinding it out tirelessly while the dust and debris of rock is sucked out loudly, heating up the air around them in the cool new caves, digging further, digging wider. Once the the lines in the rocks were spotted, spreading thinly, indicating the desired object, the work continues […]

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