This place was one of our highlights in Western Australia. West Cape Howe! Such an amazing place and 4×4 wonderland. Those steep, steep cliffs and nobody there… perfect for wandering around and enjoying some loneliness. The camp we slept is also highly recommended – Continue reading “WA – West Cape Howe”
This was one amazing place to be – Betty’s Beach! It looked like a place straight out of a movie, where some people decided to leave the modern society behind and just hang there. You can even camp there – Continue reading “WA – Betty’s Beach”
Oh Iceland – I can’t wait to show my baby girl how beautiful you are! So here is a little list, what to pack for Iceland with a baby. If – no you NEED to hike in Iceland this list might help. When the baby can’t walk yet, a carrier is perfect. Just make sure the tiny one is warm enough. The weather will change ever 5min. 😉 Happy hiking!
Green Pools & Elephant Rocks – Instagram famous, but worth it! Have a look at our Western Australia movie, how amazing the Elephant Rocks look from above. Nothing to add here, a lot of tourists – but we spent some time there an it didn’t bother us. Most people come, take photos and go. 😉 Other than the canal/river in Denmark. I don’t know, if it’s called like this – but this is probably more of a secret tip. It’s super nice to spent time there and go for a swim, after or before visiting the city Denmark. Which I really liked! Another hidden highlight is Monkey Rock – but totally worth the visit… Just a little hike. Continue reading “WA – Denmark, Elephant & Monkey Rocks”
Our next stop during our travel through a part of Western Australia was Lake Jasper (only accessible with a 4×4 car – very sandy road…), the Warren National Park and the Yeagarup Dunes (also only with a 4×4 car). The little camping area at Lake Jasper is super nice and right at the beach, plus not many people! One of my favorite spots in Western Australia is probably the Warren National Park – you all know, we loooove trees! And Continue reading “WA – Lake Jasper, Warren National Park & Yeagarup Dunes”