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... crested cockatoo who constantly said "hello honey" and 2 beautiful black cockatoos as well as eclectus parrots and a female Alexandrian parrot. These beautiful parrots were all very willing to sit on our shoulders and were very calm (unlike our Rufus parrot at home!) with Natalie having trouble getting the black cockatoo off her, he was so settled it sounded like he was purring. One of the eclectus parrots was also rather reluctant to leave Lisa's shoulder ...
... up at the lighthouse from one of the lighthouse keepers daughters. The ghost of the last lighthouse keeper is said to keep an eye on anyone entering the Princess Harbour and guide them accordingly. The other part of the museum traced the town's history from its Indigenous inhabitants to war and whaling. Albany was the first settlement in WA when the Brig Amity brought convicts and first settlers across from Sydney. Albany was so where all of the troops ...
... Albany (almost). Easy riding for most of the journey, other than being careful of the traffic.
As it was Easter Saturday, accommodation was at a premium, hence made a detour down Frenchman Bay Road to the Panarama Caravan Park in Little Grove, which had space for a tent (about 15km from Albany town). Great views across the harbour to Albany, camping on grass under Tea Trees. A nice spot to end the trip.
... they were smoking and blowing right onto us was definitely not tobacco so at the risk of enjoying Bremer a little too much, we retreated inside, had dinner and collapsed into bed. The caravan park was packed to the hilt with heaps of young families so it was very loud but in our little cozy cocoon, nothing much penetrates! So, after and exciting night in Bremer, we headed off early-ish (well, for us, we haven't changed that much!!) for Esperance. We got to Esperence and ...
... beautiful beach we had encountered thus far on our journey. We took the required number of photographs and then Tanya called her mom to wish her happy new year (although it was 2014 in Australia, it was still 2013 in the USA). After taking another several dozen (hundred?) photographs we drove down to the beach itself, nearly hitting a post on the side of the road on the way. To my credit, the post was very discreetly hidden behind some overgrown greenery, thus almost impossible ...
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