Not Today, not Tomorrow, not Tuesday, not Thursday. That's a joke from the locals, the NT is a pretty laid back place. It's pretty warm here in the dry - 32 degrees the day after the winter solstice. We have really enjoyed exploring the top end of the top end the last few days. We departed Katherine for Litchfield National Park, but after a couple of bad nights sleep only made it as far as Batchelor before stopping for the day. Here it was noticeably more humid and tropical.
This is a tough one. This week has been highs and lows, the oscillation of our enjoyment and excitement around our adventure has reached a new amplitude. It has been hard to set the tone for this blog, so you are probably going to get a mish-mash of awesomeness and suckiness. Here is the map: This adventure is as much about the people we meet as the places we go. We have met some of the most interesting people of our adventure this week. Lately having limited control over our
Might have figured it out. The Kimberley is all about mindfulness. Paying attention to the small details. The landscape can seem dull and repetitive at first, but by focusing in on the smallest of details, you get to feel a real sense of wonder. The way the scattered yellow, brown and grey leaves make a perfect camouflage pattern. The bright, bright signal red dragonflies. The sunset orange, powder blue and twilight violet butterflies. The rich colours and textures of the you
Hi Everyone! This post is a little early because we are about to drive the Gibb River Road and the availability of internet to keep you updated is going to be questionable. Read on... From the sparse desolate landscape of the Pilbara we crossed a line somewhere and entered the tropical paradise of the Kimberley. Lush greenery, colour saturation everywhere, a million different bird calls and GREEN. Dawn over Roebuck Bay. This place is made out of all kinds of technicolour. The