Valley of the Winds

One of the most renowned walks in Australia is the ‘Valley of the Winds’. This walk offers spectacular views of Kata Tjuta. Kata Tjuta in Pitjantjatjara means ‘Many heads’. It has about 36 domes and the surroundings provide breathtaking photographic opportunities. This area is sacred under Tjukurpa and Anangu men’s law. Kata Tjuta which means…

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Postcard from Kata Tjuta!

Who says beauty and peace cannot be found in a noman’s land? Who says beauty and peace is not just those sandstone rocks? They can be found anywhere and everywhere – you just need to have an eye for it. It lies in every small piece of stone or a rock or a bush. ~Solopassport

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Guide to spiritual heart of Australia (Uluru)

Uluru, also known as Ayers Rock, is a large sandstone rock formation in the middle of Australia. It is in the Northern Territory. The rock is sacred to the aboriginal people of the area. The rock formation stands 348 meters high and has a total circumference of 9.4 kilometers. How to get there? Ayers Rock…

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Cage of Death

Yes, you heard it right. It’s the cage of death – the only crocodile dive in Australia. Crocosaurus Cove is a reptile park in Darwin and is an exhibit for reptiles, turtles and crocodiles. Being the adventure junkie I am, I decided to head to Darwin for the ANZAC long weekend and do the Cage of…

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My 2 days itinerary in Darwin

Darwin is Australia’s capital of tropical cities and is in the Northern Territory state. From its beautiful sunsets and harbors to the history of Darwin bombing during WWII, Darwin has a lot to offer. As part of my long weekend for Anzac day, I decided to head to Darwin. In this post, I have tried to list…

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FERNWEH & SHUTTERBUZZ

My first love is travel and my second love is photography.   Tools & Tricks 9 must have travel apps! I have been thinking about all the travel applications that I need to install before traveling on my next adventure. The reason why I am researching is because this is the first time I am traveling…

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Changing colours of the big Sacred rock

“Do you want to go all the way to see a rock?” was the question few of my colleagues asked. Well, it was one of my bucket list items, so I had to cross it off. I booked the tickets for the perfect long weekend of Queen’s birthday in June. What am I talking about?…

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Glittering dots and dust in the sky…

I have always enjoyed meeting other fellow travelers. Some become good friends and some provide awesome information and/or tips regarding the place. One such information was the star gazing tour at Ayers Rock. First Day in Ayers Rock: During my sunset tour to Uluru, I met one female traveler from Canada (Sadly, I don’t remember her…

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The red rocky walls – Kings Canyon it is!

Three days before the tour: “Is it worth the amount I am spending?” I asked two of my colleagues. One of my colleagues answered, “I did not visit Kings Canyon when I visited Ayers Rock”. I wondered why, but chose to ignore it. The French colleague of mine in his French accent said, “You should…

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