My recent trip to Australia seems to be a pretty good reason to start a blog and share with you the joy of some totally unique experiences, as well as some b-side photos of this and many other travels. So here we go! :)
Only two weeks and more than 3,000 km, done largely by car and sometimes by plane. Together with some fellow bloggers and photographers, I followed the famous Explorer's Way - the trail laid out in the 1860s by explorer John McDouall Stuart, for the "Overland Telegraph". The route from Darwin to Adelaide led us through striking natural attractions, outback towns and quirky roadhouses. Many iconic sites were on the way, such as Uluru-Kata Tjuta National Park, located about 1 hour flight from Alice Springs. Not to forget the famous Katherine Gorge in Nitmiluk National Park, Devils Marbles or the beautiful Mataranka thermal springs - just to name the few of many incredible places that I was about to discover. And all this in the Northern Territory only, while there is so much to admire in South Australia too!
A helicopter flight over the jungle, riding a jeep through the desert, ballooning, riding a Harley around Uluru, meeting native people of Australia, having a party with cowboys and enjoying the kangaroos - everything's possible in the Northern Territory.
Just have a look: