Travel Theme : Independence

FREEDOM comes in the form of a camper van…

I couldn’t think of a better way to define independence and freedom than sharing this post with you again in response to Ailsa’s theme of independence…

gypsy life

Matilda

Matilda has been our transport, accommodation and trusty companion  for 4 years as we travelled 70.000 kilometres around Australia. Slowly trundling up and over mountain ranges, across the outback and along the coast, coming to rest each night in iconic Aussie places. The beach with the sound of waves peeling  on the shore to lull us to sleep. Alongside mighty rivers or dry river beds. In the outback the Mitchell grass plains stretching to the horizon and at night the sky a blanket of twinkling stars. The bush and rainforest each with their distinctive smell and sounds as the birds serenade us and unseen creatures scuttle in the undergrowth.

Freedom camping right on the edge of the beach Freedom camping right on the edge of the beach

Camping in the outback Camping in the outback

Near the beach in the rainforest Near the beach in the rainforest

In a field of dreams In a field of dreams

Crossing borders Crossing borders

Every place different and a joy to experience.

There are memories of campgrounds. Sharing a glass…

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13 thoughts on “Travel Theme : Independence

  1. Looks like independence to me!

  2. With this kind of Independence I can sympathize 🙂

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  4. Good old Matilda. 🙂

  5. That’s the way to see Australia 🙂

  6. I kind of miss Matilda xxxx

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