Glamping: Cape Leveque Style.
Cape Leveque is undoubtedly the top, never-to-be-missed places to visit if you happen to be in the Kimberly region of Australia. Only a few hours drive from Broome, it’s one of the best ways to experience the unique beauty of the outback. On this trip, my friends and I stayed in Kooljaman. A popular camping oasis with the most spectacular beach front on earth! We also did some side-trips. We visited Beagle Bay church, with its altar and windows adorned with mother-of-pearl shells and christian icons styled in an Aboriginal art fashion. We then stopped by for a coffee and cake at a camping spot called Whale Song and had a picnic lunch at another camping ground called Middle Lagoon. All of these places are worth at least an overnight visit. This piece of Australia is so gorgeous one will be so spoiled.
So, apparently if you’re bored with the good ‘ol camping method you can go glamping instead. Quite a tacky term (glamorous+camping) but it works very well to my advantage. Truth be told I’m not really into camping, not brought up with it and I’m easily bothered (and attacked!) by flies, mosquitoes and other creepy crawlies. In short I’m useless and vulnerable outdoors! Glamping on the other hand is
cheating fantastisque! The safari tent that we rented could not have been more perfect with all the basic amenities, amazing view of the sea and ridiculously stunning sunset/sunrise vantage point. The best part of it all for me was when I was drifted off to sleep listening to the sea waves, gazing at the stars and the hypnotic ray emitted from the lighthouse. People say one should learn to be happy where they are at the moment. To be honest, in my current geographical location right now, I could say I’m pretty damn lucky!
Fashion/Style Notes: Lanvin Sunglasses, Leopard Knit from T.K. Max Dublin (during my visit to Ireland), T-Alexander Wang shorts, Y3 flip-flops, Printed White t-shirt from Singapore, Onitsuka Tiger sneakers from Singapore, Kimono from Asakusa, Japan
x War Julian x