Continuing along through the Coorong National Park, which contains huge area's of salt pans, we enjoyed some wonderful scenery, taking many photos. Eventually we came to a town called Robe. Although there were several campsites in the area, we wanted to wild camp and stopped at the tourist info office to see if it would be possible somewhere. They suggested a rest stop a dozen or so kilometres out of town. As it was getting late we decided to have a fish and chip dinner in Robe Marina, before we left, the flake fish (Gummy Shark) and chips were amazing. Just as the info centre had indicated we found the rest area where we spent the night with two other campers, both Australian driving 4x4s and towing caravans.
Niki called a friend of hers, Teresa, a woman she had met on one of her tours, who she thought lived in Melbourne, unfortunately Teresa lived in Two Wells near Adelaide, which we had passed through a couple of days ago, disappointing for both of them.
It seems I've been travelling all my life. For the past eight years I've been following a simple, nomadic lifestyle, living and traveling full time in a camper van and meeting with other like minded travellers.
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