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Up around 0630; it was an early rise from a late night. I checked my suit that was hanging on the door last night and noticed that my leather jacket was missing from the package. I'll have to chase that one up.
Ron and I got our PT gear on and went topside for a few early morning laps; there were a few people out doing the same thing and as we finished up more and more people were out and about.
Back to the ...
... the ANZAC Centre.
I won’t mention all the other exhibits, but the most haunting was the two video screens at the beginning of the museum. They showed troops marching off to war, the same sequence running over and over again, with the slow, dull sound of marching feet continuing endlessly. It was somber and chilling at the same time.
As I wrote in my Auckland entry, the Kiwis as well as the Aussies are ...
... br> find a rest area to have a walk and cup of tea before driving on to
Esperance population 14,281 climate
temperate, and is another of those places that want tourist money
but not under their conditions. There is no parking, camping in
Esperance other than the caravan parks, but we only here to get our
national parks pass for WA and then head to Cape Le Grand nation park
60 km east of Esperance.
This is were ...
... location. We also found two huge fortified 6-inch guns with underground ammunition storage and adjoining sunken pathways, and we found some original anti-man wire in the bush, which was criss-crossed barbed wire on a wooden frame, in case the enemy made it ashore. We couldn't find the slit trenches in the bush, but we did find dug-outs made from buried water-tanks with concealed entrances. We climbed to the top of the hill to the maritime lookout, ...
... an education. We needed to go to BCF and get some more suitable fishing line. Apparently that was our problem this morning! Not sure I want to go to that shop with Mal and Noah again. Buying fishing equipment is a serious and time consuming hobby it would seem.
Some more grocery shopping later it was back to the van, and as the sun was coming back out, that must mean swimming weather, right? So while Mal and Noah fiddled with fishing gear some ...