Hope They Never Seal The Road
 

Hope They Never Seal The Road

by Noelene

I visited Cape York in 2016 (on a tour) with 4WDs and discovered your newsletter before going.

I really enjoy reading the newsletter since returning.

Wonderful photos and information which helps me relive my adventure.

I loved travelling on the unsealed roads and hope they never seal the road completely.

Being from a capital city down south,

travelling on and seeing the expanse of unsealed roads was one of the highlights of the trip.

Regards

Noelene

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Jan 15, 2018
Thank you Noelene,
by: Katrin

I so agree with you - anybody with a sense of adventure wishes that they would leave this one corner of Australia the way it is, so that there is somewhere different!

But unfortunately i am afraid the progress will catch up and sooner or later they turn it into a place that is exactly the same as the rest of Australia :-(

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