When we got to Kings Creek Station, we quickly set up camp then went on a spontaneous hike in Kings Canyon, which are the first photos. The first twenty minutes involved thirty thousand steps (slight exaggeration?), but it was worth a million steps when we reached the top of the cliffs because the view was stunning! The photos don't do it justice.
When we got back to the Station where we were camping, we had the chance to go up in a helicopter, which was so so amazing. I spent the first five or so minutes taking footage for the film and getting a few photos, and then the rest of the time I had my face pressed up against the glass wishing I could spend forever in a helicopter. Honestly, I don't think it's something you'd ever get bored of.
I snapchatted a little bit and used the speed filter- which had us going at about 180km per hour- and then a while later the pilot asked us how fast we reckoned we were going, so of course I piped up with 180km per hour and he was so impressed I nearly died of laughter. I confessed to using the snapchat filter which he also thought was hilarious. So there you go- snapchat is entirely educational and definitely good for something after all.
I hope you're all having a good week! So much love, Ella x