Stunning Pilbara, Western Australia, welding and a snake!

… Meeting one of the most venomous snakes of Australia: King Brown/Mulga and Sascha became finally a welder himself Heading direction Port Hedland we turned after about 450km into a gravel road to cape Keraudren at the sea side. Already on the way we saw several kangaroos and when we reached the coast with a fresh breeze we saw them all around in the dawn. We had a walk along the wonderful beach cliffs at low tide and after tea (this is how they call dinner over here) we were watching the amazing stars while listening to the waves. With the sunrise we explored the cape, observing the kangaroos and birds and as well a sea turtle. It was already noon when we left… Port Hedland is an industrial city and we only went shopping and taking fuel to continue the road inland direction Karijini National Park. With the dawn Read More …

Australia is giving us a challenging start

We thought we will have no real challenges entering a “civilized country” where everything is available again… IT ALWAYS COMES DIFFERENT THAN YOU EXPECT! One thing which is rarely accessible is internet – and if so it is very slow and/or expensive… We hope nobody worried too much in between; we are doing well even though we have to get used to this looooong distances and straight streets over here. This means carrying a lot of water and food, so sometimes we are really heavy and this is challenging on the dirt roads with corrosions and deep sand. We always met people on the road supporting us with water, fire wood, and a place to stay or even with a cold beer or food… We are very thankful for that every time! I. Two weeks in Darwin before we got our “big lady” – First destination: Kakadu National Park Incredible Read More …