September 11, 2013
by Pascal Lachance
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The Gibb River Road

The Gibb River road snakes its way right through the middle of a region known as the Kimberley, far north in Western Australia. It stretches for almost 700kms into a rugged, harsh and hot part of Australia. It’s a popular … Continue reading

August 4, 2013
by Pascal Lachance
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Litchfield National Park

Litchfield National Park was great, but Kakadu simply took my breath away. Mike shared the same opinion. Despite beautiful waterfalls and swimming rock holes, the WOW factor didn’t match the one in Kakadu. On top of that, the large crow was simply too much for us, mainly English and Irish idiots getting drunk and disturbing families and others wanting to have some quiet time. Continue reading

June 14, 2013
by Pascal Lachance
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Undura National Park and its lava tubes

Undara National park, volcanic region hosting a unique feature; the lava tubes stretching up to 100kms supporting wildlife and a unique eco-system. A short side trip from the Savannah Way in Northern Queesnland, it’s the only place in the world such phenomenon of this scale can be seen. A definite must-see. Continue reading

June 11, 2013
by Pascal Lachance
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Cape Tribulation

I’ve decided to stay 2 nights in Cap Tribulation (or Cape Trib like everyone says…) so I can relax and enjoy a day of writing and sorting my first set of photos. The internet is 1970’s slow which explains why … Continue reading