Wednesday, November 04, 2009

Camping - Indian / Diamond Head

100 km of sand to ourselves (nearly)
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xl said...

Those are wild roos? Won't they rip your face off or something?

Spectacular place.

Ute said...

Awesome photos... love Skippy. ;)

Who's 4wd? Nice spotties.

unique_stephen said...

XL > These have been hand feed (not recommended) so are tolerant of humans. But not of being chased mercilessly by a 7, 5, 4 and 3 year old into a corner. Their MO is to disembowel or drown.

UTE > Thanks. Love Skip too, goes well with a strong red and crisp veggies. That's my beast. I'll do a post on it soon.

Ute said...

I just lol at your Beer Damper recipe...

and oh! Is that an inch ant? i hate those fuckers. Hurt like a mofo if they bite ya.

unique_stephen said...

Yeah, they are inch and a bit long bull ants - I think these are Myrmecia gulosa. The biggest of the big, aggressive jumping bastards.

Anonymous said...

I've been there! Delightful part of the world!

unique_stephen said...

Did you walk around the headlands?

Anonymous said...

lovely scenery!! almost like SA. VERY similar indeed, only we dont have those roos.. we have other things though.. :)

Ms Smack said...

oh gorgeous!!! Love these photos!

Anonymous said...

Yeah, we did the walking thing. We were there one particularly hot and humid January and were treated to one of the best storms I've ever seen. On the horizon, thunder, lightning, wind, the whole bit. Fucking awesome night, that one.

unique_stephen said...

Welcome Mercury. I have a long standing fantasy to travel SA, Africa in general.
Mind tho' that this friendship will be put on hold during the rugby.

Smack > 'tis nice. We are spoiled here arn't we :-)

Jen > There is a lot of sky visible from those headlands I can imagine

Anonymous said...

Rugby.. Yes, The World Cup, Beating The Lions, The Tri Nations, The Mandela Trophy, beating The All Blacks.. all highlights.. :) Bokke on top. :)
We are now on the way to Europe on tour.. Hoping for a clean sweep.

I hosted the English Rugby management team when they were in Durban.. Would be my pleasure to host you if you visited.

xl said...

"inch ant"

Shouldn't that be 2.5 cm ant?

Just noticed the baby roo in the pouch in pix PA300200!

Spiky Zora Jones said...

Nice pics...beautiful in fact. was the roo there for roasting?

later honey.

Steph said...

Great pics, that beach looks divine.

De Campo said...

Great pictures!

Eostre said...

It seems Terry Pratchett wasn't entirely accurate in his portrayal of Australia. Odd.

In other news, I've never been much of a nature buff but... omg want. Seriously, nature has no right to be this pretty.