As everyone probably knows, June, July and August in Australia are the winter season. On our thermometers, in the shade, we had 43 ͦ C (109 ͦ F), which makes us think about what temperatures are here in the summer.
We arrived to the beautiful Crown Head mountain range, where we encountered another herd of wild camels, this time a dozen or so.
After the last night we detoured to see the crater created by a meteorite. Then we were heading straight to our actual destination.
We were exhausted, but also overjoyed, because we fulfilled the dream which was constantly in our minds for the last 10 years.
WE CROSSED THE CANNING STOCK ROUTE! 1200 miles of off-road, 700 sandy driveways, 900 miles of washboard, cattle, kangaroos, dingo, camels, three deserts and the absolute endless sky.
The most difficult part of the trip is behind us, but this is not the end of the journey. We have another 1,000 km of Australia ahead of us.
This time on our way we encountered the first rivers. The views are breath-taking. Heading for Darwin, we passed through Gregory National Park, with a historical baobab tree which for the Aborigines is a sacred place.
While on the road we passed a forest which was on fire. The search for a potential place for another overnight accommodation took longer than usual due to crocodiles, but in the end we found a wonderful spot with a picturesque waterfall perfect for a morning bath. This country is really beautiful.
We would like to thank everyone who made this adventure possible, especially to our sponsors. Thank you all.