Coding Down Under for Tom’s First Rent

After arriving back in Darwin from our holiday in Belgium, we quickly learned that a campground without aircon, and only power in the communal camp kitchen aren’t ideal conditions for Tom to do his job. As some of you know,¬†between our travels, he’s been coding for an Australian startup. This was ideal while we were…

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Filling Down Under

Being a good girl and going to the dentist every six months doesn’t guarantee that your fillings can’t crack and that they will stay in your teeth forever! Going to a dentist here down under is not exactly the same as in Belgium. First of all, you receive a text message with a link to…

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EchidNO

As we posted a couple of months ago, echidnas are rarely seen and can be mistaken by bushes etc… When we were driving up North, we were so excited to spot yet another echidna! This particular “echidna” was lying very quietly next to the road. First, we thought it was asleep or even worse: dead….

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Yet another Waterfall – Waterfall Compilation

Watervallen zat hier in the Northern Territories! Zoals overal hier, moet je goed opletten waar je zwemt. Hoe uitnodigend sommige waterwegen er bij dertig graden ook mogen uitzien, als er niet expliciet staat dat zwemmen toegestaan is, doe het niet! Krokodillen kunnen er steeds op de loer liggen en zijn allesbehalve kieskeurig! In een groot…

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Postcard Sunsets

During our trip up North we saw some amazing sunsets. We literally saw all the colors of the rainbow! And it doesn’t matter whether the sun sets on land or in the sea, every night starts with this special moment, this turning point, where for a second your breath stocks and the whole world seems…

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Feeding Wild Dolphins

Na alle foto’s van onze trip tot nog toe te herbekijken, kwamen we er achter dat we helemaal vergeten waren om deze blog te posten. Het is ondertussen al enkele maanden geleden dat we in Monkey Mia waren, maar we wilden jullie deze niet onthouden! Het klinkt als een droom, maar in realiteit sta je…

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Keep River, a Hidden Gem at the Border

One of the best kept secrets of Australia can be found at the border crossing of Western Australia to the Northern Territories. Why no major travel guide mentions the beautiful Keep River National Park remains a mystery to us. Besides the beautiful park, the campground is definitely worth a stay. It is really cheap ($…

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Boabs: Making a Treehugger out of Tom

The Kimberly is known for its amazing abundance of boab trees (also known as Baobabs). This is without a doubt Tom’s new favorite tree. They grow enormous trunks that hold precious water, and their branches grow in a very harmonious way. In Derby, they even used one of the large trunks as a prison in…

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Vissen Part Three: Catfishing

Lake Argyle is not just very beautiful, it also houses way too many catfish. Which is AWESOME! As rookie fishermen, we don’t know a lot about fish and fishing, but there is one thing we know for sure: it is always amazing when they bite, no matter what kind of fish it is! The feeling…

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