Camping in the Bungles

by Serge&SOF
(Belgium)

Camping in Bungles NP

Camping in Bungles NP

The picture shows our camping site in the Bungles, at the location which is 15km from the tourist centre towards the south, not sure of the name again...

(Ed.: Walardi is the name.)

It's a great place. This was one of the best nights we spent, with Swiss friends we'd met on the plane from Europe.

When it was dark (i.e. after 6pm) and we were eating, a giant cricket jumped on the shoulder of my friend. He instantly lifted himself up 50cm, not knowing what it was. None of us knew until we saw the beast... :-)

His girlfriend was not too sure about sleeping in a ground tent after that :-). What a fun night!!

Cheers,
Serge


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Also by Serge:
Getting On Piccaninny Creek...
No Place Like The Bungles On Earth!

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