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... the addition of the Boab trees. A large Boab tree has travelled an amazing 3200 km from Telegraph Creek, near Warmun, Northern Western Australia. The 750 year old tree (estimated) was planted on 20 July 2008. This was the longest land journey of a tree of this size in history. After spending a reasonable time in Kings Park, we drove into the city, but when we found how expensive it was to park there, we headed out to Scarborough. Again, it ...
"Do you want to try this strange new
food?", yes (if it's meat free), "Do you want to go to this place?",
yes, "Do you want to stay at my house, with my family?", yes, "Do you
want to jump off this mountain?", yes, "Do you want to stick explosives
on your head?", hell yes!
You get the idea, even when you don't know
what it is, where it is, or even if you think you won't like it, just do
it! It works out brilliantly and I had a blast doing ...
... Rottnest! We spotted several quokkas after our bus tour and they happily posed for photos. (The Dutch explorers mistook these delightful marsupials for big rats and aptly named the island, "Rats' Nest.") Time for a bowl of heartwarming soup for lunch before departing on the 2pm ferry. When Rod returned from golf we drove to an awesome Italian food store in South Fremantle, "Dolce &Salato" (sweet & savoury), for a little something special for ...
We woke up to rain today, which was a shame with it being our last day. It was about 9am when we got up. We packed the last few things away and got ready for the day. It was 11am when we made our way downstairs and checked out. We stored our bags with The Alderney while we headed out for the day. Making use of the Red Cat bus, we made our way to Murray St. Mall and stopped off at The Coffee Club for breakfast. We tucked into bacon, eggs and ...
... trip back the way we'd travelled over the past two weeks thus completing my circle with a return to the quiet Drouin. But we still had the final day to pass. The wind had abated during the night and a clear sky welcomed my early walk through central Northam. Located on the banks of the Avon River, the town conveys the feel of a delightful and well serviced town of about 7000 peeps. The river is held back by a for-me-unseen weir making the river through the town broad and ...