After the adrenalin wore off and we found ourselves back in our home town of Perth, Western Australia, I can't help but feel a little lost.
As the rain fell around us, our hopes of finding someone to help diminished.
We travel to some very remote places and have always been able to get ourselves out of difficult situations. Not this time though, this time it was very different.
Traveling on your own it would be very easy to isolate yourself but why would you? There are so many incredible people to meet in this world.
This week Stu had other commitments so I drove to Esperance and spent the next 9 days exploring this beautiful part of the country all on my own.
It was a Sunday morning and we were leaving Kalgoorlie to spend a couple of days in Esperance. The weather was not looking good so we changed our direction and headed towards the goldfields.
If you have never heard of the town Kookynie you wouldn’t be the only person. It is a town with a fascinating history and if you want to make a new friend bring some carrots.
Western Australia is a hugely diverse and incredibly beautiful part of Australia. It is the largest of the 6 States and Territories, covering one third of the western side of the country. Making it the second largest state in the world. It is well known for it’s spectacular beaches, wildlife, mining and arid outback.
Steep Point, Western Australia is the most Western point of the Australian Mainland. It is part of the Shark Bay World Heritage Site and the Edal Land National Park.
Steep Point can only be accessed by 4WD or boat and is extremely remote.
Today we decided we had to get out of the house and make the most of the weekend. So we jumped in the car and headed to Moore River. The inlet is situated in Guilderton, a small town 96km from Perth, Western Australia.
"If it is both terrifying and amazing then you should definitely pursue it "