Australia not only holds the record for worlds most poisonous snakes, spiders, and other various creatures that can kill you; it also has the most diverse and breathtaking landscapes.
For example, in one part of Australia, you’ll find the desert, or as many Australians call it, “the outback.” That covers 1,371,000 square kilometers of Australian mainland: what a sight to see and drive through. Other location that not only takes your breath away but also makes you want to live near the ocean is Great Ocean Road. This drive runs from a small town of Warrnambool to the large city of Melbourne in the state of Victoria. Aussie land is full of wondrous locations; let’s discover them.
Rediscovering Australia (for the second time), my husband and I decided to embark on a two-week journey. The trip started in South Australia and took us to a remote salt lake in the desert. From there, we explored one of the most beautiful national parks, and along the way, we made a few stops in some beautiful places. To finish our journey, we drove along the coastline and ended up back in our favorite city of Sydney.
Over the next few weeks, I will be writing about my journey through Australia. The posts will include tips, reviews, where to stay, how to save money, and what to see during your adventure.
All the Best,