I don’t know who else has been waiting for this moment but South Australia definitely has ... we finally crossed over the border with the World Solar Challenge. Haha. The first thing I did was find a camp and shoot one of the vehicles before it set off for the day. The cars stop at bang on 5:00 PM every day and camp on the side of the road until 8:00 AM the next day. Overnight there’s not a huge amount of time to rest as the car needs to be checked and made ready for the next day. The landscapes in South Australia are so different to the landscapes in the Northern Territory and the temperatures are different too. I saw a lot of barren desert and heaps of wild emu’s. I also noticed a lot of the highway in South Australia is red, I wonder why? @World_Solar_Challenge#BWSC17#Sp
Saturday’s nights have never felt so vibey, .
//// I spent around two hours on wheels with glitter on my face roller blading to tunes that I don’t know and I’m really glad I have friends that will plan these weird things with me.
The view that never gets old. This is the Cape Forchu Lighthouse just a few minutes outside of Yarmouth, NovaScotia. Peggy's Cove is our most photographed Lighthouse, but this one is not to be missed either. It's my personal happy place. The smell in the air is a mixture of ocean and wild roses and I always so feel relaxed when I am here. Do you have one place that you can go to that's like therapy? If not, you can borrow mine 😉 Photo and caption by 📷 Lyndsey @tastefulperspective Keep tagging #slowtravelstories to get featured!