Beach House at Bayside
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... National Park for the afternoon - about 10 min from Albany. We drove Salmon Holes which is a surf fishing beach. Saw a fisherman pull a salmon out from his spot on the rocks. Big one too. This national park is just as worthwhile visiting as every other one in WA. Rained all night but our tarpaulin kept our tent and ourselves lovely and ...
... having already cast our votes in the NSW state election online (not sure why everyone cannot do it that way?) we ventured back down to Tourist Rocks to see if the salmon or bonito (small type of tuna) were on the bite. On arrival I looked down onto one of the lower rocks and could have sworn that Aero was already down there…I even had to check with Wendy that he was still in the car. It was in fact his ‘stunt ...
... bushes , both too quick for a photo.
Most our stops are anywhere we could
off the hwy as close as we could to cliffs. We found places we
stopped last time here , including where we saw the dolphins and the
friendly dingo. We did see dolphins again but at a different place
and lots of dingo tracks. We still did not see any wild camels even
though the truckies say they do see them.
Our last night in South Australia is
just 20km from ...
... would be a test between India and Australia. His charming wife Sonia provided Saris and a Turbans for anyone wanting to play for India and apart from myself who was happy to dress up there were few takers initially. We decided that if you were not actually born in Australia then you should play for India and we also managed to bribe a few other players to join us by providing free beer. So the epic struggle began!
Over the years our ...
... trying to squeeze up one track was interesting. Coffee in Walpole. Not much there. Then off to the Valley of The Giants which is a large forest with large Tingle trees. Did the treetop walk between showers. Was really nice to be walking on a 600 metre long walk bridge at up to 40 metres above the valley floor. The walkway moved like the Shaky Bridge in Alexandra. Late lunch in Pemberton which is a timber town. Most of the area reminds me of ...