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... just visiting for a good time. Still, finishing work and being able to hop on your bike and go snorkelling would be heaven for me. It was a shame, because a lot of them who live and work there, including the boys didn't seem to make the most of it and actually go swimming, snorkelling, out on bikes or watch the sunset every night. It seemed wasted on them all, and it was a shame really. They all seemed to just stay in their houses and slob around. Maybe ip the island loses its ...
... tchoutchou train" reminiscent of Thomas the tank engine along the jetty, and at the end we went down to an underwater observatory. I found it slightly disappointing but that is probably because I have been too many times to the amazing Sentosa aquariums. Our celebration of Christmas in Busselton was a bit pitiful with for sole decoration a few Christmas crackers bought at Coles and a not so memorable Christmas lunch. All what ...
... 50 degrees C for the three days we were there (no joke). Started snorkelling a bit on the way down the West Coast. Were now just outside Perth and plan to stay in Perth to cool our jets for a while.
It's been a pretty wild trip here so far but since were probably not going to have this opportunity again, might as well do it right the first time.
Hope everyone back home has a Merry Christmas, we're looking forward to seeing everyone in the new year!
... set of breakwater rocks for a sheltered dip with the big waves breaking over us for a proper chilled cool down. Making the most of our exclusive spot to strip down and one last sun bathe of the day. I took up yoga on the sand to stretch out the trekking of our day, it felt great working thru my sun salutation. Walking further to the next lookout point we came up at Salty's cafe, then found our way back from our munging navigational pointers. Arriving back about 5pm, ...
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