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... beans, avocados, meat and lots of other fruit and vegetables. The croissants were the girls favourites.
The most spectacular tourist site were the caves. There are over 200 caves in the area, many which cannot be visited. We decided to see the Mammoth Cave, the Lake Cave and the Jewel Cave. Each cave was different. The Mammoth cave was possibly the biggest of the three caves and was self guided. We got to take our time in ...
... dinner of roast lamb, topped off by golden syrup dumplings between our two camp kitchens - yummy! Saturday 26 October - got up early to do some more exploring in this beautiful region of WA, we checked the surf which was small, then set off towards Hamelin Bay, a further 20km south - it is lovely protected bay inhabited by lots of stingrays. Shame it was overcast as the beaches and water would have looked even better in the ...
... in the middle of absolute nowhere, was priceless. Bad timing for me too as I was left with no escape from the fine, powdery bull dust his car left on its wake. So basically the rest of the day was just swimming, lazing, scrabble, oh and there was a moment of face paint!! Poor Maree will be cleaning that gunk if her walls, towels and furniture for months. Dinner was a Vietnamese dish we experimented with "Caramel-Galangal Chicken,". Delicious. ...
... about this town we drove to a public picnic area at a nearby beach. On our way through town, I saw a poster hanging in a bank stating “Are you prepared for June 30?” It was a funny coincidence with my 30th birthday on June 30 and the end of the financial year for Australian businesses being June 30. Well I thought it was funny, reminding me of how old I would become soon :-)
We then set up a tent and made dinner at the public picnic ...
... as the gnomes were proving too much of a distraction to passing drivers. There are now approximately 5000 gnomes and its impossible not to be impressed by the scale of this quaint and quirky gnome sweet gnome.
After what has been an epic thirty weeks and twenty five thousand kilometers of travelling Perth is now just a stones throw away. With a few days to spare we checked out the town of Harvey and made camp at the Lane Poole NP. Harvey was rated as the number one ...
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