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Travel Blogs from Albany
... so metres upwards that these trees grow, I am expecting to see Moonface stick his head out and the ground covered with faery folk. Not only known for their height (although not the tallest in the world) their circumference can be 30m and they can live to over 500years old!
Onwards to the tree tops walk we go where for 800m you can take a stroll along the steel structured bridge where the highest point on the walk will be 40m ...
... than a golf ball. I always thought that lighthouses just used huge spot lights. But, no. It makes sense that they would conserve power by using a small light and then magnify it under glass. Smart. Lindon shakes his head in disgust, correcting me that it isn't glass, but indeed crystal, shipped from England, that forms rainbows of colour on the walls when the light shines through it (when light shines through glass, there is no refraction to separate light and create ...
... because production stops in the winter months. The shop was open but there was nothing we required.
On the way back we wanted to visit Strawberry Hill farm but that was closed as well.
By this time the whether was getting rather threatening and it was starting to thunder so we decided there was no better time to go back to the van to kick back and relax.
Tomorrow we head off to Denmark and Walpole for more adventure.
... being the number one thing) we headed out to check out Albany.
It's a beautiful spot, set amongst the bushland and the wonderful bays around it.
After grabbing some bread in town for our picnic lunch, we drove out to the Frenchman Bay area and went for a walk to The Gap and Natural Bridge. It was a bit more windy out on the exposed ocean side of the peninsula.
... my hometown. We got chatting about the earthquakes etc. before they moved on.
Mike took the steps with ease and took some shots of what I had missed, which, really was the same as what I was seeing from below only higher. 360 degrees of beauty. I was pretty proud of myself for making it as far as I did and the last bit was just not for me that day. The rock formations once again were quite stunning and the trip down was long ...