Kayaking with 35,000 crocodiles!

Infinity pool at Lake Argyle Resort From Broome we’re going further towards Darwin, with some stops in between however as they’re still 1900 kilometers apart from each other! After 2 rest stops (a free rest area to spend the night next to the road) where we were...

Survival of the fittest?

From Kununurra there were some things on the to-do list. We went for a hot dip in the Douglas Hot Springs and decided we’re never doing gravel roads anymore unless it’s absolutely necessary. The hot springs were extremely warm but very nice to be hot tubbing in the...

Wedding anniversary nr. 1 in Darwin!

The day arrived where we celebrated our very first wedding anniversary! We started off with a visit to Crocosaurus cove, home to some giant saltwater crocodiles, reptiles and fish. I did hope for it to be bigger, so in my opinion it wasn’t fully worth the 35$ entrance...

Stuck in Darwin, on steroids.

Brr we experienced a pretty frustrating day actually. After we had a quarrel with the mechanic who fixed our alternator we made an appointment (for Friday) with a different garage as there’s still a problem with a sensor somewhere. Because of that no indicators on our...

5 things you need to know about Australia

Coming to Australia many say is coming to a country where everything is the other way around. While I was aware of some things beforehand, just because everyone says the same things; Yes it is expensive here, Yes they drive on the left, Yes you have to be careful for...

Moving on from Darwin

I haven’t blogged a lot this last week, simply because our days were filled with checking the mail, cooling down in the pool, going to shopping centers ( supermarkets are always in shopping centers here) and playing Rollercoaster Tycoon (in my case, yup a...

Coober Pedy, the weirdest town I’ve ever seen.

After Uluru & Kings Canyon we took a 2-day break in Alice Springs as the drive South, towards Adelaide, promised to be again a long one amidst a whole lot of nothing. After some roadhouse overnight stops in towns from which I can’t even remember the name we...

Adelaide did not disappoint!

When starting our discovery of Adelaide this week, we were pretty much surprised. The city is bigger than I expected, probably because it’s been 3 months since we’ve actually seen anything close to it. But not only the size surprised me, also its beauty....

The Greatest road in the world?

When heading towards Melbourne from Adelaide, we had a quick look at the Blue Lake in Mount Gambier (which is indeed quite blue) and stopped at Robe & Point Fairy. Quite cosy but nothing too special, but then we started our journey on the Great Ocean Road! A bit...

House hunting in Melbourne

Actually it was thanks to Dwayne in Darwin that we heard of the possibility of housesharing. We were both already on the facebook group Fairy Flossers but there it seems more like a ‘survival of the vegans’, the more quirky you are the sooner you’re...

Discovering Melbourne’s surroundings

“A trip for the morale”. After the applying marathon inside last week, Arno decided we should get out and make some nice new photos and videos, the summer said “hi” as well with temperatures above 30 degrees so off we went. About 1,5 hour drive...