my perspective.

Hello everyone and welcome to my blog my perspective. I write weekly about what happened in (of course) my perspective. Some times I have little bumps but I always try to smoothen them. These photos are me in my workspace in Thorny our campervan. Hope you like what I write and please leave a comment…

my kununarra

Kununurra, a nice small but hot little town with a toad infested caravan park. The first few nights I didn’t know but after around two days I went gecko hunting. Geckos were all around the toilets to have dinner but we caught them and of courser released them. That night I noticed a few cane…

my gibb river road # part two

Our next stop was at the Imintji community roadhouse. At our camp mum and dad brought the hammock out and I enjoyed lazing in it. On our way to Iminji I enjoy listening to podcasts because you can’t really do anything else (if you and your kids are interested in what podcast I listen to…

my gibb river road # part one

Well, seems like you would like some more stories right? You have come to the right place. Today you will be reading about the my legendary adventures on the Gibb River Road. The story of this great long adventure starts in Derby. Derby, a very nice dry place with lots of boabs. Boabs are really…

my broome.

Now, lets pick up where we dropped off last time: Broome, the home of pearls (and I don’t mean those alien creatures that grow pearls and live with “converters” as seen in Valerian). Broome is an interesting place with lots of things to do and see like go on camel rides, see the dino footprints,…

my 80 mile beach.

So, after my Coral Bay journey we ventured further to 80 Mile Beach. The 80 Mile Beach is so beautiful, there are lots of kites … (type of raptor) and beautiful shells. Did you know a group of kites is called a wake? True. While I was there I did fun activities and watched a…

my karratha.

Hi how are you? Today you’ll be reading about Exmouth and Karatha and Coral Bay. Ok lets get on with it then. So, in Exmouth we got to go on a little drive in our friends’ boat and we saw a lot. We saw: lots of beautiful coral, tropical fish (of course), a giant school of…

my exmouth

Dear readers, Hello again and today you will be reading about my adventures in Exmouth. The first two days we were in RAC camp ground and we didn’t do much except study – yes, dad and I have to do some actual schoolwork – and go to the markets. While we were there we heard…

my station stay

Unfortunately I don’t think I will talk, or better yet: write, too much in this post because I don’t have much to say. First things first: I’m only writing about two things and you will soon find out what they are (I hope the tension is growing). But let’s just get on with it before…

my karijini

Before Karijini there were still a few days in Coral Bay left and those were rainy ones. On my way back from my friends’ caravan I heard some noises in a tree and when I looked up I saw an adorable little owl called a Boobook. I named (him or her) Bookie. The day I…

my coral bay.

(All the underwater photos are taken by marine biologist Tara, thank you Tara.) Ahh. Carnarvon, the banana mania. We were there for about 3 nights and we did a few things: we went to the blowholes at high tide and the water from the blowholes  went amazingly high. Blowholes are small holes in rocks that…

my animals

I have seen so many animals that I have decided to try and keep count by making this animal list. Hope you like it. (This may or may not include animals I have seen in enclosures) Nat

my geraldton.

In the morning we woke at about 6:00am and so we could start packing up our things and go to the truck that should be arriving soon. In the truck it was a bit squished but it was alright (but not for long). After me and mum said it was a bit uncomfortable the driver…