Outback adventures

Heheh. Sounds like the name of a travel business the title of this post is…and though normally we write in jest (such as this one), this post is not one of them. Awe…we hear you, but we have to get serious sometimes right?

If one reads our about section, you’d know that we (Mel & Suan) have been travel buddies for more than 20 years. And if one reads the handprint stories we have shared thus far, one could think that these are two rather privileged travellers! But there was a time when we were on the lower rungs of society trying to navigate our way to a better life.

And we were once young and adventurous too…

So this reminisce is all about our little trek out of Perth made many years back. The Outback. Even to this day, this word might evoke visions of remoteness, vastness and perhaps emptiness. Well, we’ll show you! And we are pretty sure our Australian friends will agree. There is a lot out there! Aside from minerals that is.

In this handprint story, we want to remind you that it should not just be the beautiful cities of Melbourne, Sydney and Adelaide that one visit and write about. It’s also not just the coasts of Queensland that one should crow about too. The outback has its charms and deserves a lot more attention than it is currently getting.

What are your outback adventures like?

PS: Aussies may be excluded from the question on outback adventures. We assume you must had too many to tell! LOL…

Author: Mel & Suan

Mel works his day job for a living, but lives for antiquities, history and geography at all other times. He enjoys writing and thought sharing and obviously traveling. Suan is a homey person, who like girlie stuff such as cross stitching etc. Enjoys shopping & modeling for Mel. What a match!

21 thoughts on “Outback adventures”

  1. Strangely enough, Australia does not call out to me. It doesn’t fascinate but perhaps it’s because I think it’s too similar to South Africa. Plus, that’s where South Africans run to as we escape the life of crime and corruption. But it’s a thought so we could still go visit. 🙂

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