10 years ago I spent a year in Australia, to bridge the time between school and uni.
Looking back, one of the coolest things I did there, was a “rental car transfer” (Toyota Landcruiser!) from Perth to Adelaide.
It was an epic 3400 km (2100 mi) road trip, which also led through the Nullarbor Plain. This limestone desert contains the longest straight section of tarred road in Australia (146 km, 91 mi).
Legend has it, inspired by this, AC/DC wrote “Highway to Hell”.
Back then I had a really cheap digital camera. I think I got it as a Bonus gift for changing bank accounts. Looking at them now, I think its 800x600px quality makes the pictures not less interesting, though: