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iPhone App: TripList


  1. The iPhone app ‘TripList’ is a very useful app for planning a holiday. The article and videos below provide both a good introduction to the app, as well as tutorials on how to use it.

  2. If you go to the ‘enabledappssoftware’ youtube page, there are other video tutorials for using TripList there.

Australia: Northern Territory – Tennant Creek


Camping at The Pebbles

This photo was taken during my first major trip around Australia in 1998. This photo shows my campsite at The Pebbles near Tennant Creek.

Camping at The Pebbles

EveryTrail


Today’s link is to EveryTrail, which is a very useful social network and web application for bushwalkers. It is a network that makes it very easy to share with like-minded people the activities you experience, whether those activities include bushwalking and camping, or road trips, sight seeing trips, boating, cycling, etc. With EveryTrail you are able to map (geo-tagging) just where you went and then share it with others. You can also share photos of your trip and embed your maps in your website and Blog.

Fore more, visit:
http://www.everytrail.com/

Kevin’s Wilderness Journeys


The link for today is a more self-promotion. I have a site called Kevin’s Wilderness Journeys that follows my travels and interests in wilderness, bushwalking and camping.

http://www.kevinswilderness.com/index.html

Apsley River: Oxley Wild Rivers National Park


Apsley River and GorgeThe ‘silly season’ is pretty much over – at least for me anyhow. So now I’m back to Blogging again. I have no hope of catching up on the days I missed, so I’ll just start again from today.

This photo was taken next to Apsley Falls in the Oxley Wild Rivers Natonal Park, New South Wales, Australia. I visited here during my ‘Waterfalls Tour 2010,’ which was my recently completed holiday.

This photo is from the Gorge Rim Walk, which pretty much covers the area from the camping area at Apsley Falls to the actual lookout at Apsley Falls. This photo shows the Apsley River flowing wildly at the base of the Apsley River Gorge.