Sundown, in a cave on the beachfront. A walkway skirts the overhang, the monumental Red Bluff shrouded in darkness overhead. Down in the sand a fire is burning slowly, and on the white hot coals a goat curry simmers in a camp oven.
'A million questions begin to unravel in my mind. Where are the waves breaking? Which ones do I want? How the bloody hell do I get down the cliff? Why am I even subjecting myself to such a gruelling affair?'
Exploring your own country teaches you travel is not just an experience, but a mentality. It is an attitude, a way of looking at the world. Travel is engrained in the human experience and whatever you are doing, wherever you are going you are travelling; if you choose to see it that way.