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Trip Report Go into the wild.. Go inland Australia

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On the road time is runing really fast. so many things to do and see.
i believe that our mind gets distracted, so we connect with our surroundings.

Inland australia offers you endless miles to drive (even make some shortcuts), so some very different landscap and above all - a great adveture.

Not only you will spend time (prefered not alone..) in the wild, you will find the wild inside of yourself. days are over really fast in the desert. darkness brings out voices of will animals but also your inner voice gets out.

Be sure to prepare well before heading off. find a traveler to come with you. bring some alcohol.

Cheers!
Backpacker_Ron

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