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What an amazing few days to start our Australian adventure! We arrived in Perth on Tuesday afternoon and after dinner and a good nights sleep we got straight on the tourist trail with a trip to Fremantle on Wednesday. We had a wander around the town and stumbled across the Fremantle oval where the Dockers were having a pre season training session. …
... a 30mtr yellow catermaran with an upper steering & viewing deck, there's 2 crew & 5 punters. To cut a long story short we storm around the ocean & not a whale in sight, just 3 bottle nosed dolphins to entertain us for a few minutes. The owner says "streuth, it's been 5 yrs since I've been out and seen nothing" (do we believe him?). We are offered a freebie trip again tomorrow afternoon from a different location. He also tells us where we'll see lots of ...
We left Busselton, after I did an epic 27km bike ride along the Busselton foreshore bike path. We stopped at Eagles Heritage, where we were educated and entertained by some beautiful raptors and owls. We met Ivy the Barn Owl followed by a number of Black kites. Wandering through the grounds ...
After what was probably the most glorious shower and a hot bowl of porridge we where once again ready to hit the road, only this time we hungry for a decent coffee (they’ve been few and far between). Coffee Cat on the esplanade of Esperance, I love you.
With our spirits where once again high and our mouths set to chatter box as our caffeine deprived bodies lapped up the double shots we just inhaled we hit the road, eager for wine country.
... At first it was a little nerve racking to be honest, driving on the wrong side of the car. Driving on the left half of the road was not difficult to get used to and felt fairly natural actually. What threw me off was driving from the right hand side of the car! Mom, remember when I was just learning to drive and I would hug the right side of the road too much? Well I was hugging the left! It took a good couple hours to relearn to naturally line up ...