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Perth-Adelaide (part 4)

A thousand miles journey begins with a single step, Lao-tsu beautifully once said. But the ancient Chinese philosopher conveniently omitted how the thousand miles journey continues. 1,451 more words


I wrote this years ago shortly after taking this trip with Ma:

We speed across the mighty Nullarbor with muster; it was a race against our fatigue and we had to drive fast enough so our emotions would not catch up with us. 238 more words


Then it was off for that long awaited drive across the Nullarbor. I was eager to get going. If you are a mad keen Golfer you can play all the way across. 749 more words

The Pole Carrier

On our way to the West, we wake to the smell of the Aussie bush. After walking around town looking at the houses, shops and the river the three of us try to attach V’s new second hand pole carrier to the underside of her new van. 278 more words


Day 4 of the The Indian Pacific Sydney - Perth: Arrival Day!

Day 4 of the “Ultimate Australian Rail Holiday” Saturday 21st May 2016 

We are now “as one” with the rhythm of the train and its life on board. 493 more words

Baby Boomer Travel

Day 4:Nullarbor to Port Augusta

I have just written this whole day and it disappeared off my screen.  You may be getting the abridged version now as I’m getting tired and want to sleep.  689 more words

Ramblings Of A Blogger

Day 2: Balladonia to Nullarbor

If you lived out here, you’d be entitled to believe the world really is flat.  But I digress.  This morning we woke up bright and early and hit the road by 7am.  543 more words

Ramblings Of A Blogger