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... out for the dolphins hoping to see them swimming into shore. But unfortunately the dolphins didn't come to the beach. We were both a little disappointed but we had much enjoyment inside. So we said our good byes to the dolphins we didn't get to pet and drove around a bit looking at the lighthouse and other interesting scenery. Then back on the road making our way to Jenelle's. We only made one more stop ...
... kept walks that we had been experiencing.
Once again we had happy hour with our nearby neighbours with travelling tips being shared.
During last year’s travels we experienced a lot of time to ourselves. This year our travel social activities have been somewhat hectic and we may have to find somewhere quiet to rest up for a while before continuing with our current travels and the subsequent social activities?
... cottages. And a view over the np that I can't spell. A few nights stay at the Arboretum campsite near the dam. There are three tall fire lookout trees in this area. We all climbed the first together called the Diamond Tree. It is 51 m tall. Simon tethered Saffi with a harness so she was safe. Grace and I were nervous and gave each other positive support as we climbed. Simon and Saffi climbed like they do it all the time. Grace and I found it surprisingly ...
... at the top. The walk was pleasant, if not a bit overpriced, we were grateful for our early rise as we imagine it’s not as enjoyable with constant streams of people edging by.
“It’s like liquid diamonds”
A brief spell in Denmark was followed by a numb bum drive to Esperance – a town that we had marked on our map as our last interaction with society for a while, it was into the wilderness for ...
... the trees over the water looking for fish or other small creatures to eat (the kookaburra is the world’s largest species of kingfisher).
Monday the 30th of December started out with a drive down a long, bumpy dirt road to D’Entrecasteaux National Park, named after an early maritime explorer of French heritage. Andy had fortunately warned us that we needed to park our car by the lake and walk the last 2km to the sand dunes, the star attraction of ...