Monthly Archives: June 2015

Day off (two, actually)

Well, that’s relative. Turned out that I went into the office earlyish of day one and was immediately suckered into agreeing to drive transfers that afternoon. Other guides had warned me about that and given the tip of having a … Continue reading

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Walking the Larapinta; Section 1

As I had a limited amount of time, and the trail goes for 223 kms, I opted to just do the first section: Simpson’s Gap to Alice Springs Telegraph Station. One of our tour vehicles was heading out in the … Continue reading

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Another tour; different outcome

The last backpacker tour was way beyond my expectations. The people were amazing and I really enjoyed myself in spite of being so exhausted afterwards. I didn’t meet up at dinner with them afterwards (we are meant to because marketing … Continue reading

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Nasty mind picture

Today, driving back to Alice Springs on the third and final day of a tour, we came across the scene of an accident fairly soon after it had happened. It was a single vehicle crash and obviously because of misjudgement … Continue reading

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Back from my survey trip

I wrote this about three solo tours ago and¬†haven’t had internet access and/or time to update since then.¬†Still as tiring but more routine now. Backpackers. Hmm. We don’t have a stellar relationship, as a rule. They think I am boring … Continue reading

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