For playing games on a road trip. Shake dice in a mini tupperware container instead of rolling them (and promptly losing them... or bouncing one off the back of Dad's head)

Travel Tip: "Roll" dice without losing them by placing them inside a mini Tupperware container. Perfect for kids to play games in the car. This is just a good idea for playing games with dice with kids anywhere!

Family Camping Checklist: BEST LIST EVER

Family Camping Checklist: This is a car camping list, not a backpacking list. Very good list.

Coober Pedy – The Underground City

BUCKET LIST: Coober Pedy is an Underground City in South Australia mainly inhabited by workers at the nearby opal fields, which are the largest in the world. The residences are underground to escape the scorching heat.

Kakadu National Park,Australia:

Kakadu Escarpment in Kakadu National Park, Northern Territory, Australia. World Heritage Site since

Coober Pedy - Underground Camping!

Half the fun of jet-setting around the world visiting places is bragging about it to your friends back home, right? Of course, the fun ends pretty quickly if you're stuck with a huge internationa

Moreton Island Australia

Royalty Free Stock Photos and Images Tangalooma Wrecks Landscape, Queensland, Australia. Beautiful scenic overhead view of ships moored in crsytal clear waters off the coast at Tangalooma Wrecks.

The 140-year-old Busselton Jetty in Perth, measured at 1841 metres, is the longest wooden jetty (pier) in the southern hemisphere and today is one of Australia's most unique eco-tourism sites.

The Busselton Jetty in Perth, measured at 1841 metres, is the longest wooden jetty (pier) in the southern hemisphere and today is one of Australia's most unique eco-tourism sites.

Coober Pedy, Australia, opal mine

Coober Pedy, Australia, opal mine

Fake - "Off the Bermuda Triangle" and a lot of other stuff -  It's actually off the east coast of  Australia.. Tangalooma Wrecks Dive Site  Moreton Island, Moreton Bay Area. Fifteen vessels have been deliberately sunk on the landward side of Moreton Island to form a breakwall for small boats and a wreck dive and snorkel site.

Fifteen vessels have been deliberately sunk on the landward side of Moreton Island to form a breakwall for small boats and a wreck dive and snorkel site.

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