Because Broome is great and you need to go there.
Category Archives: Kimberley
This post is coming slightly out of order because I got carried away with ‘Memory Lane’ for a bit. I’ve had ‘Pyromania’ in the pipeline for a while though, so I thought it was about time that I got round to finishing it. What you are about to read was originally conceived way back when on 2nd September…
A bit further down Memory Lane
Okay, so I lasted three days rather than one week, but fire me, I’m only human. Enjoy part two. I’ve heard it’s even better than part one…
Trip down Memory Lane (4WD only)
Almost five months into my Oz adventures, I’m having to say goodbye to the Kimberley. And my god, it’s hard.
And there are many trees with many stories, but committing them to paper has always been a sensitive topic. One such tree whose story I will now attempt to tell stands grand and monumental in the pindan soil of Western Australia…
Wallabies Gone Wild
Western Australia is full of incredible plants and animals and some of the best names I’ve ever heard. Where else in the world would you find jigal trees, wooly butts, or weevils? Or find ants that taste like lemonade and tiny gubinge fruits that contain approximately 50 times more vitamin C than the average orange? ItContinue reading “Wallabies Gone Wild”
My survival guide entry for ‘How to Save a Birthday on the Side of the Gibb River Road’. You can thank me later.
Thoughts on… Hosting
There are very few jobs in this world where I would consider working thirty-four days straight but this is certainly one of them. Incredible sights, fantastic people and once in a lifetime experiences, but it’s definitely not the easiest job, so I’ve decided to hand down a few pearls of wisdom.
And so it begins…
I promised several people that I would write a blog, and two and a half weeks into my trip, I feel like it’s only fair to deliver the first entry to my awaiting fans…