The New Zealand adventure begins in Auckland

One of our first tasks upon arriving in New Zealand was to google how to pronounce Aotearoa, so we’re practically locals now. The journey to New Zealand was a tough one, we won’t bore you with every detail but essentially it was an overnight journey with an unfortunate time difference and we arrived in Auckland … Continue reading The New Zealand adventure begins in Auckland

Two fantastic days enjoying Ningaloo Reef from Exmouth

Due to lack of Wi-Fi we hadn’t been able to download the next instalment of His Dark Materials and the drive to Exmouth was made to feel significantly longer as we reverted to James’s retro tunes for our entertainment. We arrived in Exmouth around midday and made a beeline for the visitor centre, where they … Continue reading Two fantastic days enjoying Ningaloo Reef from Exmouth

Why, oh why, would you go to Wyndham? Head straight for the fabulous Bungle Bungles

After about 2 weeks in Heidi we had made such good progress that we knew we would have plenty of time to spare on our journey to Perth and would therefore be able to do a couple of extra bits on the way across. It is for this reason that we spent a couple of … Continue reading Why, oh why, would you go to Wyndham? Head straight for the fabulous Bungle Bungles

Crossing the border in to WA and what it takes to be a true Pommie – Timber Creek, Gregory National Park, Lake Argyll and Kununurra.

We were on the road surprisingly early from Adelaide River, given that we’d enjoyed the inn’s hospitality a bit more than we had intended to. Back on the Savannah Way we stopped in Katherine, ostensibly for some supplies but really because we wanted to pop in to our favourite Visitor Centre one last time. It … Continue reading Crossing the border in to WA and what it takes to be a true Pommie – Timber Creek, Gregory National Park, Lake Argyll and Kununurra.