Trailing Behind in Australia’s Northern Territory

Trekking through the outback of the Northern Territory in Australia it’s easy to understand why the indigenous people enjoyed going on “walkabout” so much. There’s plenty to appreciate, a stark, but beautiful landscape, where long, mountain ranges rise from the plains like waves on an ocean. Their ridgelines are like vertebrae, protruding from the back of the low-lying scrub-land of …

Uluru – Climbing on the Furniture in the Outback

Would anybody entering the home of a stranger, however gracious, climb over their prized sofa; especially if they provided logical reasons why we shouldn’t? Witnessing people climbing up Uluru, walking past, and completely ignoring the information point which provides ample reasons why not to do so, this seems a suitable analogy. I have to admit, I believed that climbing of …