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... spots I have ever seen.
To begin this tour, I was being picked up from Perth at about 7:00am. This meant I had to get up at about 5:00am to take a quick shower and get to the train station to catch a 6:00am train! Oh what a wonderful start to my Saturday. But, adventuring and seeing new things makes that early rise completely worth it.
Our tour guide, Jason, picks us up and gives us a quick run down of the schedule for the next ...
... be from 9.30am to 12.30pm and again from 1.30pm to 4.30pm. Duration of the tour maybe extended depending on how far you need to travel to spot the whales.
Apart for the excellent whale watching sites Albany is also well known for sailing, diving and of course fishing. If you want an authentic local experience consider Albany accommodation at rustic country style lodging. Look around for accommodation that is snuggled up in a cosy spot ...
Today I woke up very very excited. Tomorrow was Easter. We got up and had breakfast then me, Alice and Maizee and all the other kids started to do some craft for the Easter Bunny. We worked all day until it was the afternoon. Then some kids and all the adults except my dad, we watched the football, while me and my friends did some more craft then we had dinner after that we watched Freaky Friday then the Easter Bunny ...
West from Ceduna
Left Ceduna monday morning to once
again cross the Nullarbor stopping the first night between Nunadroo
and Yalatra, about 150km west.
The second night we stopped on top of
the cliffs 5km drive on dirt and sand off the Nullarbor plain hwy.
You can not too close to cliff edge as it has all been eroded away by
the wind and sea. We saw a dingo on our way in and a snake ...
... and it had been a long day so we didn't stop at the blow holes either. But on the way back to town, we saw a car driving towards us and we recognised it as Eileen and Larry Moody's (Anthea's parents). So we both pulled over and had a chat. Albany is becoming an extremely small place...we can't seem to go anywhere without knowing someone from Perth. At camp we rested, cleaned ourselves up and went to dinner at Gail and Ian's. Cameron and his partner Cassie were ...