Tripping Alone…

Uluru, September 8th 2017 Dear diary,   Sadly I didn’t find a travel buddy. There were these two girls from Holland, but they were in Alice Springs and I didn’t want to drive back to AS. I waited as long as possible for other candidates, but for some reason nobody wants to travel with me… […]

Travel Buddy Wanted!

Since Tom and his dad are going on their amazing trip to discover the East coast, I will be driving Toni to the Barossa valley and Adelaide on a 1580 kilometer trip . A trip of almost 17 hours is quite long to drive alone, so the search for a fun travel buddy is on! […]

Room with a View at James Price Point

Free camps are a great way to travel on a budget, and stay in some amazing places while you’re at it. James Price Point on the Dampier Peninsula is such a place. It’s legal to camp at the top of the cliffs here, entirely for free. There’s no amenities, thousands of flies and mosquitos, lots […]

Driving to Darwin on Love and Noodles

Great experiences like diving and swimming with whale sharks and manta rays aren’t cheap. With still over 3000 kilometers to go, we have about half a dollar per kilometer left on the bank account. Luckily there are some ways to cut the costs of traveling and living, such as free camping and camping in national […]

Watersliding in Melbourne

Hoewel we reeds in Melbourne waren geweest, hebben we 3 fantastische dagen hier besteed. Mede verantwoordelijk hiervoor was de enthousiaste “I’m Free” gids Lenny. Deze toer wordt “gratis” gegeven door échte Melbournezen, die je overtuigen waarom hun stad zo fantastisch is. Wat je allemaal kan bezichtigen, kan je in een reisgids lezen. Eén plaats willen […]