Part 2 of the best and ‘didn’t quite live up to expectations’ of my last trip. This time tourist experiences and outback roads.
Category: My first solo outback trip
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Travelling in outback Australia is expensive, right? What with fuel, food, and accommodation, let alone paying for tourist experiences. Who can afford to take a month off to see the outback? So here it is – how much it really costs to travel outback for four weeks:
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The Ridgetop Tour at Arkaroola Wilderness Sanctuary is not for the faint hearted. The road is ‘exciting’ in places, the tour takes you through some amazing scenery in the Flinders Ranges, and you go to places that you can’t see on your own. Our guide was informative and entertaining. The weather was perfect on the day …
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Well, my first solo outback trip is over. Would I do it again? Definitely. I’m already planning the next trip. I loved every minute of it. Even the … um … actually there weren’t any “even the” moments. It was all fabulous. There were a few times when I wasn’t sure if what I was …
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Who said you can’t cook and eat well while camping? When I started travelling with Doc his food requirements were simple – meat, meat, and more meat. All of which got cooked on a barbecue plate. If he wanted gourmet, then it would get a packet of some sauce or other poured over it. Sometimes …
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On this trip I’ve driven the Birdsville Track, unnamed dirt roads between main roads, gorges and canyons in the Flinders ranges, the Strzelecki Track, and the Old Strzelecki Track. I’ve gone through sand, gravel, clay, and water. And I still don’t know if I’m doing it right.
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