There are a few perks braving the road of the great wide unknown as opposed to taking to the air; you get to see a whole lot more than just clouds. Sure, some might prefer a 1 hour and 40 minute flight as opposed to a stretched out 10 hour haul in a car to the same destination, but one can’t deny that stepping back in time in whimsical towns (like the deceiving quiet backdrop of Texas chainsaw massacre) and panic stops by decrepit gas stations make for interesting adventures and hollywood blockbusters!
Here are some pictures I took when we made a pit stop at Holbrook, a small town off Hume Highway in southern New South Wales, on the way from Melbourne to Sydney. There’s a huge submarine on display in the middle of the town which we unfortunately missed out on, catching only a glimpse of it when we were rushing to the highway! Bummer. It would have been great to get submerged in the town’s historical landmark! Next time. Next time.