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... own!) and he is clearly not over her. I don't really care to be honest, just annoys me that I'm here with someone that it's dead awkward with. I want awesome conversation, I want someone to make me laugh really hard, and someone who is well and truly passionately obsessed with me - and that's definitely not him. He is a good looking guy. He's strong and muscular and his face is really beautiful, but that's not enough for me. That's something I'm really starting to think about ...
... of Karri trees and Tingle trees. Brilliant!
The town of Albany tried to welcome us with traditional British weather, grey, wet and quite cold, at about 15C! We shopped, closed the curtains for the night and watched TV, but the next day we awoke to blue skies and temperatures in the 20Cs and discovered that Albany has the most beautiful coastline. The rest of the day was spent walking and touring the coast by car to make the most of the scenery and fresh air, before ...
... where we were meeting friends at their permanent camp site. This was great as we had a bbq and sat around a campfire as the weather got cold. After a few drinks (or possibly more) it was 12 o clock and the latest night we have had the whole trip. The only problem was with drinking comes middle of the night toilet trips and lots of climbing up and down the ladder, which as you can imagine is not that fun in the freezing cold. Day 34 So after not ...
Hounded out of our hostel by the sounds of our next door neighbour enjoying herself a little too much, Paul and I made our way into town for breakfast. After which, we made our way to Cowaramup and enough said about that the better. When we had previously asked the locals what there was to do 'Down South', the answer was invariably, "Visit the wineries and the breweries." Well, that seemed to be the plan. ...
... it was closed today due to unsuitable tidal conditions. The water would have been too murky to see very much, so the operators decided to close as the views wouldn't have been very good. The cost would have been $59 per couple, so I believe they were doing the right thing and not ripping off the tourists. The town of Busselton is a very neat and tidy little town, an area we didn't ...