Because Broome is great and you need to go there. … More Dinosaurs, Dragons, and Camels
Mary Kathleen, the abandoned Uranium mining town, which existed for only a brief period between the 1950s and 1980s. All that’s left now are the concrete foundations and a few recognisable remnants of town life. I fell in love with it straight away. … More The Town that Australia Forgot
‘Twas the night before Christmas, and near Hanukkah too,
Not a creature was stirring, not even a roo.
The bottle-o had been raided and the food prepped with care,
And the cookies and milk left for when St. Nick would appear… … More ‘Twas the Night Before Chrissy
I was pleasantly surprised by Tasmania. I went there with zero expectations, and it exceeded them. I really loved it. … More Living on the Wild Side
I recently spent a few weeks with family in Brisbane. I had a great time, caught up with my geographically-distant relatives, and got to meet my new second cousin. While I fell in love with her immediately, I kind of wondered what her first impressions were of me… … More Memoirs of a Seven Month Old
To climb or not to climb? That is the question…
Actually, that’s not the question because the answer is obvious.
Don’t climb. … More Another senseless act of tourism.
This post is coming slightly out of order because I got carried away with ‘Memory Lane’ for a bit. I’ve had ‘Pyromania’ in the pipeline for a while though, so I thought it was about time that I got round to finishing it. What you are about to read was originally conceived way back when on 2nd September… … More Pyromania
Okay, so I lasted three days rather than one week, but fire me, I’m only human. Enjoy part two. I’ve heard it’s even better than part one… … More A bit further down Memory Lane
Almost five months into my Oz adventures, I’m having to say goodbye to the Kimberley. And my god, it’s hard. … More Trip down Memory Lane (4WD only)
And there are many trees with many stories, but committing them to paper has always been a sensitive topic. One such tree whose story I will now attempt to tell stands grand and monumental in the pindan soil of Western Australia… … More Hollowed Boabs