Vissen Part Two: Gearing up!

Het is nooit leuk om afscheid te nemen van medetrippers. Maar aan alle verhaaltjes komt er een einde… Als afscheidscadeau mochten we Jasmine en Nino hun vislijn adopteren. Fantastisch! Het is altijd (toch sinds het calamarivissen) mijn droom geweest om de trotse eigenares te zijn van een vislijn. Bij deze kan ik eindelijk zeggen dat…

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Clearance Clearwater Survival

There was only one thing that kept us awake at night the last weeks and it was whether Toni, our car, could do the creek crossings on the road to the Bungle Bungles.We know Toni is a great car, but not having a snorkel and low gears can be a problem when you have to…

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Bungle Bungles – Purnululu National Park

They might sound like words somebody made up, but the Bungle Bungles – originally‚Äč named Purnululu by the Aboriginals – totally exist! They’re these AWESOME “beehive/molten jaffa cake” rock structures where you can walk through. Only downside is that the 53km long road to reach them is incredibly hard and rocky, but in the end…

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Caving for Tunnel Creek

Normally, whenever we’re asked “Do you like caves?”, we go “Meh…” It’s not that we don’t like them, it’s just that we’ve seen so many stalactites and -mites already that we’re sick of them. However, Tunnel Creek was really AWESOME! This cave system in the Devonian Reef was the hideout of an Aboriginal freedom fighter…

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Gorgeous Gorges part 2: Windjana Gorge

Toni, our car, is probably not completely up to the task of driving the entire Gibb River Road (or we won’t risk the river crossings in any case). However, we were told that the first short part of it is the most beautiful anyway. So, we drove from Derby up until the first river crossing…

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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…

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Cable Beach Broome

Every Australian goes on and on about the beauty of Cable Beach in Broome. For us it was just an other beach. Yeah, it is beautiful, yeah it is a beach. And that’s it. Noting more, nothing less, except for the mosquitoes. Maybe we didn’t like it that much, because in contrary to the others…

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Gorgeous Gorges part 1: Karijini National Park

While most tourists concentrate on the red centre and the East coast of Australia, people always told us that West Australia is the most beautiful part, just harder to get to. Well…they weren’t wrong! We’ve seen some amazing things on our trip, but Karijini National Park has to be one of the highlights so far….

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Seasnakes at the Jetty

Australians have a sign for everything. Even on a sign there is a sign that says: “Please handle this sign with two people”.¬† But for one of the most beautiful sights around Exmouth, there was no special sign at all. The Learmonth Jetty, which is supposed to be a great fishing spot, is absolutely stunning….

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Sneaky Visitors at the Campsite

At the RAC Caravan Park in Exmouth, a resident gang of emus patrols the campground. They really like your potato chips, so if you don’t like to share them (and you don’t want the emus to become sick), eat them quickly!

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