big billy bore.

yeah, our first bush camp – without external power, water, toilet & shower. took us long enough, considering we got all of those on board, which is of course the reason we got the kk in the first place. leaving halls gap in the grampians we moved north, along the mountain range towards horsham. i…

sea of stones (updated).

today was probably not the best day for a walk in the grampians: a bit cool but above all the mountaintops were wrapped in dense clouds. the type that feels like rain but you know it’s just the moisture of the cloud. we were not sure if this was the far end of the cyclone…

through the grampians.

my plan was to continue along the coast into south australia and then turn north. but kris suggested that we’d seen enough ocean for now and that she’d rather spend a little time in the mountains for a change. so we went in search for the nearest mountain range. we did not have to look…

portland.

portland was the first european settlement in victoria. ok melbourne, we got this out of the way quickly, we are here at the birth place of victoria, and there is one more reason melbourne was never fit to be the capital of australia. the legacy of european settlement can be felt all the way on…

beyond the gor.

don’t tell anyone but there are sights beyond the great ocean road. the selfie stick jungle definitely subsides beyond port campbell and there are decidedly fewer people jostling for the perfect ‘look how cool i am i stand right in front of something amazing but manage to block it out completely’ photo. pretty much like…