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Southport Revisited – The End

Sep 2 – I drove across the Northern Territory border, back into Queensland today, the state we started from. Vandals everywhere, it seems. Queensland, New South Wales, Victoria, Tasmania, South Australia, Western Australia and the Northern Territory. ~1,900ks to the … Continue reading

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Kata Tjuta

Kata Tjuta is a 25k drive away from Uluru across the surrounding plain, all part of the Uluru/Kata Tjuta National Park. All too much for words or the camera lens. Do the 2 click on these. The Valley of the … Continue reading

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Uluru

I’ll do separate posts, 1st Uluru and then Kata Tjuta. Uluru/Kata Tjuta (U/KT) National Park is almost 500ks and a 6 hour drive into desert country from Alice. They’ve built a resort town called Yulara nearby to house the visitors. … Continue reading

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Alice Springs

Aug 17 – Left Darwin, headed for Alice Springs. Alice has always had a special ‘ring’ for me, ever since my 1st visit to Oz in the sixties. Now, I was about to see her for myself. It was a … Continue reading

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Darwin

I arrived in Darwin on June 5th and it’s now August 13th. That’s pretty much winter in Darwin – June, July and August. Time to get on the road again and get this journey done. While here, I’ve enjoyed side … Continue reading

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The Beginning – Southport, QLD

BLOG catch-up in Darwin. This should have been my 1st entry, but Nancy got me started on the BLOG when I was well down the road. I‘m adding it now to pick up the start of the journey. My goal … Continue reading

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Bali V – Good Bye

Memories of Bali: the warm, friendly, people and their glowing smiles. the positive outlook of the people living on $75 a month “I’m a poor man, but a happy man” – Eka. the pride of the people – they literally … Continue reading

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