Another day, another clue. Keep up with our digital nomad Andrew Evans as he works his way through Australia, and try to guess his whereabouts from his daily clues.
January 11, 2011
“Everywhere to the northwards . . . were dotted ‘white-ant
hills, all shapes and sizes, forming brick-red turrets among the green scrub and timber.”
Where am I (name of the author’s home and the closest town)? Who wrote these words? And what are the “white-ants” she was describing?
Post your best guess at our online Clues Gallery, and read blogs, watch videos, and see more from Andrew’s trip at www.nationalgeographic.com/wheresandrew.