“You’ve been warned”

It’s the 18th July, 2021 now and we’re heading east – you could say we’ve turned for home, but it’s a long long way, toughest to come. We’re warned about Halls Creek – too dangerous, even if you lock everything. We’re warned about the Tanami Desert Crossing – too rough, even if you’re careful.  We’reContinue reading ““You’ve been warned””

From Broome’s glitz back to a little dose of heaven

7th July, 2021: There’s always someone to give you “good advice” as you travel – and sometimes it’s good, sometimes not. So, after leaving Broome, we turn off our intended destination near the tip of Cape Leveque, to check out a campsite on the way – Gnylmarung, run by an indigenous family – or community,Continue reading “From Broome’s glitz back to a little dose of heaven”

Coastal craziness – and changing our mode of travel

Leaving the Exmouth Gulf area, we’re now headed north to the series of ports which carry the output of the mines to their overseas destinations. We head east a little, back through Nanutarra Roadhouse, with its peacocks both albino and traditional… … before turning left for Dampier and Karratha.  The countryside is different again, withContinue reading “Coastal craziness – and changing our mode of travel”