A popular waterhole in the desert that is so cold, people have even ended up with hypothermia after swimming there.
I had always loved Australia and dreamed of visiting the outback, my childhood was filled with episodes of Blinky Bill, Round The Twist and Crocodile Dundee movies, however, my favourite was The Rescuers Down under. That's how I imagined Uluru would be, not quite with mice that could talk however something quite magical and adventurous. So [...]
Following on from my post about living a nomadic lifestyle I thought I would write about one of my recent living situations. Travellers all have their own way of doing things and for me it really comes down to working hard and giving up the luxuries in life (unless any of my relatives would like to [...]
I had an amazing opportunity to visit Pyndan Camel Tracks in Alice Springs, they are the only camel riding tour operators in the area which makes them unique to this diverse desert town. Our ride was at sunset against the backdrop of the astounding West MacDonnell Ranges. Driving up to the camel farm feels like an adventure in itself, [...]
Rainbow Valley is a protected area situated 105km south of Alice Springs and is home to unique sandstone formations and Aboriginal artwork. The access road is located 75 kilometres south of Alice Springs and even though two wheel drive is possible I would not be keen to attempt it. The sandstone layers in the main formation are rich [...]