The eastern side of the Cape York Peninsular has some of the world’s most beautiful, remote, wild, almost untouched (I’d say pristine, but they’re not and I hate that that word is used wrongly so often) beaches. Except they’re filthy.
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We’ve spent a week pottering around the Northern Peninsular Area, finding history, fishing (mostly unsuccessfully), camping on remote beaches and meeting new people. The history of the Cape is fascinating – as is a lot of Australian history if it would only be taught properly in schools.
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Did I say short trip to the Jardine? I was right – it’s short in distance, but when you get bogged in the soft sand it makes it a long time. Who was it that said don’t get arrogant about times when travelling off road???? But we made it up there, finally, and all the …
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On the road early(ish). Trying to take Scottie’s advice we were all packed up and out by 8.45. We’d been told it was a 2 hour drive to Nolan’s Crossing (the last one on the Old Tele Track), so we were prepared. A couple of creek crossings and we’d be there. Well, five creeks and …
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