In June 2011 we took a road trip up the beautiful remote Australian west coast, from Perth to Monkey Mia and back down. Here is how those five days went…
We left Perth early in the afternoon.
A must see along the way are the Pinnacles in Nambung National Park, a couple of hours north of the Western Australian capital. The Pinnacles are thousands of limestone pillars, spread across a desertlike landscape. It does look a little bit…Continue
Posted on January 27, 2013 at 4:00pm — 1 Comment
October 23, 2010. That’s the day my life would change forever.
Before that day I was living the most normal life a person could possibly be living. I went to high school, played soccer, was a member of Chiro, had a group of friends and went out every weekend. I went to and graduated from college, got a job and kept hanging out with friends.
Part of me was happy with that life, which after all is great, but another part wanted something more. Something different.
Posted on September 9, 2012 at 10:00am
I visited several national parks when I was in Australia, but my favorite one by far was Flinders Ranges NP. This was the place I took my longest and most challenging hike, almost 10 hours to the summit of St Mary Peak (the highest point in the Flinders Ranges) and back with temperatures up to 40 degrees. This post won’t be about that though, but about what happened a day earlier.
I arrived in the Flinders Ranges after a day’s drive from Adelaide and a night in the outback town of…Continue
Posted on August 26, 2012 at 4:30pm