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 …

Postcards from a Winter Walk in Alice Springs

Walking around the Northern Territory city of Alice Springs, it’s difficult not to think of “Walkabout Creek”. I was half expecting Mick “Crocodile” Dundee to come hurtling out of one of the bars wrestling an inflatable croc. It’s not actually anything like the fictional one bar town of film fame, and there probably isn’t much chance of running into “Donk” …