Off the grid – West Australia (Part 2)
I was on my way back to Darwin when I got picked up by Eamon and his hairy friend, Zorro. They ran out of the space in the car after over-packing and the only way to fit me in their car was to hold 35kg Zorro on my lap for the next 400km. Being an animal lover myself, that didn’t come as a struggle. In return, Zorro showered me with the liters of slimy smooches.
Eamon and Zorro were on their way to paradise to surf for a week. As we quickly hit a common ground, I received an invitation to join them. The only condition was not to tell anyone about their magical place in order to keep it raw as it currently is…with locals only and no tourists in sight.
I had to promise I won’t mention the name of the location on my blog, but I have the permission to post the photos. Put some shades on, because the beauty could possibly blind you. 😉 It’s a magical place!
So what do you do when you are stuck for 6 hours by the road?
Well, this…and in the exactly same order. 🙂
Pluck your eyebrows.
Cut your toe nails.
Handwrite new text for your blog.
Snap 50 pics of the goats by the road.
Think about your family in Croatia.
Talk to yourself out loud in Croatian, because no one can hear you.
Dance to Machel Montano until your battery runs out.
Eat some oranges.
…and then you FINALLY see a car on the horizon and throw your backpack on their roof and squeeze yourself inside it even though they have no space for you. 😀