Coober Pedy, September 12th 2017 Dear diary, It was Herman sneaking around my tent. I caught him in action this night. I had a really good night, knowing it was him. I arrived around noon today in Coober Pedy. I went to the underground campground where I made my bed. It feels a little bit […]
The Olga’s or Kata Tjuta are at least as impressive as Uluru. A walk in the Valley of the Winds is a nice hike. A sunset at the sunrise/sunset platform near Uluru is an amazing spot to experience sunset with all of the rocks in one view.
The Red Center is a special place. Lots of red sand and then all of a sudden the immense rocks. I know it’s just rocks, the Olga’s and Uluru, but damn, there are worse rocks to look at. Especially at sunset Uluru is breathtaking. You can climb this beautiful giant, but we preferred not to, […]
We love our little hikes! And King’s Canyon is one of the most amazing hikes ever. After a drive of 160 kilometers over a gravel road, we got to see this spectacular canyon. The hike starts with a steep climb, but when you arrive at the top of the canyon, the views are amazing. We […]
How these AWESOME marbles got their shape, we forgot (as usual). Feel free to check the website! But they sure are beautiful and absolutely marbelous. Having a walk here at sunset or -rise is absolutely stunning. Just have a look, it’s just amazing!
When you drive in the NT, you see a lot of termite mounds dressed up. Sometimes it even looks like there is someone standing in the bush, but don’t be mistaken: it’s just a dressed up termite mound! Obviously we HAD to do that as well! So after Tom’s AWESOME birthday party yesterday (we were […]
Katherine gorge definitely is our favorite gorge ever. The main reason is that we got engaged right here on a tiny 6m² beach, our beach! We were both sitting in the beautiful blue water with a hundred “nibbeling” fish at our feet and nobody else but the two of us. We simply had to come […]
Litchfield national park is definitely one of our favourite’s. We go camping there in the weekends. It is just a 1.5 hour drive from Darwin, has some beautiful waterfalls and is the home of some really special termite mounds. And once in a while you see something extra AWESOME! As monks apparently do take breaks, […]
The Waterfront in Darwin is één van the places to be. Hier en daar kan je wat verplichte kunst vinden. Deze gezellige inham aan het water met een tiental restaurants en bars heeft een prachtig golfslagbad… waar we nooit in gezwommen zullen hebben… Dit prachtige bad heeft zwembanden en boogieboards ter beschikking om gezellig te […]
The place to be in Darwin in the dry season on Sunday afternoon is Mindil beach. At least if you like cheap exotic food and sunsets. No surprise that you could find us there every week! Our absolute favorites, besides of the AWESOME Asian food, are the crocodile burger and the spiral spud!