Picture this. We jump on a plane and hop off it just outside of Darwin and jump straight into the Great Barrier Reef, knocking a massive salty out of the way on the way in. Once that's done and we have swum with all of the turtles, man eating sharks and killer jellyfish we can, then there is always the city itself. A tour given to us by Kylie and Jason, perhaps?
And then dinner. Let's head back on that plane and hit up a table for two on the top of Uluru, with Gordon Ramsay knocking something up on the barbie, with Michel Roux pouring the wine late into the night....
Or maybe we could just kind of meet up for a coffee or a beer sometime?
The usual bits, I live in a village outside of Bath, and I've been around these parts since moving from London ten years ago. I moved West because I like the outdoors and finding fields wasn't easy working in the city! I'm still in the same profession as I was back in London, but it is very, very boring.
You may have gathered that I'm no Beare Grylls though, honest. I just do a bit of running to stave off getting old, the odd walk out and about as well as camping. I do love a trip to Cornwall, and so far I'm yet to find a part of it that I don't like. Could that be a challenge for you?
I'm told I've a good and sharp sense of humour which can't be a bad thing, right? I also like a beer or a bottle of wine but these are things that are always better shared, which is why I am here.
Aside from that one day I am hoping to take a camper van around the whole of the coast of Australia. I think a lot of that will be done listening to music from the 70's, it seems to fit the narrative, I think and it was a totally cool era for music.
So if you fancy a road trip which probably won't include a barbecue on top of a sacred monument and important part of Aboriginal cultural identity, drop me a line. It'll probably never happen if you don't...
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