A guest post by Paula at Contented Travellers. She describes the gorgeous feast we had at Anason at Barangaroo in Sydney.
Part of me wants to just pack a bag, travel the world and not look back. But there is The List to tackle first. I’m freaking-out because that list is long!
The Hunter Valley is an area most famous for its award-winning wines but it’s also a place where sheep are raised, wheat is grown, champion racehorses are bred and delicious dairy is produced. It’s also where I called home for much of my life.
After our trip to Outback N.S.W., I am reflective. I feel lost in my own country. My mental state has returned to a place I thought I left behind.
The Australian Outback stretches into multiple states and we’ve only scratched the surface with Outback N.S.W. It’s amazingly diverse.
High quality campgrounds are hard to come by, especially in the Australian Outback. Warrawong on the Darling was a delightful surprise.