"Seclusions" of Yallingup
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... track to Condingup. Very corrugated and rocky most of the way. Camped at Esperance and had to tighten up all the screws loosened by the bumpy road.
From Esperance we head to Narrakup near Mount Barker to visit friends. On the way the drive through the Stirling Ranges invites us back to spend more time in our own state.
Early in the next morning a phone call from Don's carers tell us he is very unwell. Record pack up we are on ...
We were both awake at 6am due to the 3hr time difference with Sydney. Luckily we heard the twins playing downstairs so headed down to see them and were roped into reading stories and playing games straight away.
We headed to Yallingup Beach which was beautiful and spent all morning playing on the beach and in the sea. Then a picnic lunch at the beach and back home for the afternoon. We thought we might manage to leave Oz without having seen a ...
... where they rest during the heat of the day. Just in case you weren’t aware, the kangaroo, along with every other species of marsupial in Australia except for the numbat, is nocturnal. I suppose on a continent where the days are often so oppressively hot and dry that you would burst into flame if you tried to engage in any physical activity, being nocturnal is a pretty handy adaptation. Anyway, I digress; we passed an area ideal for kangaroos and low and behold, as we rounded a ...
Today we headed down South for my last few days (big sad face about hometime!!!)
We had booked into the Caves House hotel only to arrive and find they had double booked us so upgraded us to the Honeymoon suite. Pretty awesome after spending 3 months in cheap hostels! A hot tub on the Balcony & a 50" TV ! Sweeeeeet!
It was also on the most beautiful beach. I love the beaches here! ...
... of wildflowers to freshen the view.
The final section coming over the rocky headland of North Point we'd lost the path going down but picked it up again as it went thru a patch of burnt out trees, past the boat jetty to the car park, where we arrived at 12.45pm.