Park Regis City Quays
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Early morning trip to a slims to visit Robert Louis Stevenson's home and now a museum housing momentous from his final days in Samoa. Small bus trip. Ano, a Western Samoan narrating. Spoke about Western Samoa and American Samoa and civil war conflict in 1896 between three big super powers. Population of Samoa 180,000. Lunch at hotel where we witnessed a Fiafia, a celebratory of stories told in song and dance. Flew over Fiji and Tonga. ...
... unpleasant journey, it was gloriously refreshing getting into that water. We spent a while perched on a rock in one of the pools just watching a group of dare devil kids jump and dive from the boulders, and soothing our burnt limbs. Error number 5: not applying suncream before we set off.
After mermaiding for long enough, we ambled over the rocks to see the other parts of the cascades and they fall beautifully in tiers down the gorge, so I decided to try ...
... So much colour and so many fish! We got extremely lucky for everything we saw, way better then the divers because they had to do so much training and never went very far from the boat. While there a 2 meter shovel headed ray (a guitar shark) swam right underneath Kata and I. After that we startled a turtle who took off with quite some speed compared to the ones at Whitsunday who let us go right up to them. We saw tons of cool little fish like little ...
... men cutting trees down. Lots of path were closed.
Had a walk around looking at all the different trees and plants. Sat in a peaceful bit for a while, then Ari wandered off after a butterfly. We were walking back when the peace was disturbed by a wave of asian tourists.
We were stood under a tree reading about it. It was a terrible tree. If the tar went in your eyes you'd be screwed, if it went on your clothes they'd had it and if ...
... glass of wine. Have attached a couple of photos of the Road trains that we regularly pass and have finally managed to get photo of parrots, still bloody noisy though! Wednesday 5th November Point Samson has a very pretty little bay called Honeymoon Cove, snorkelled and sunbathed until lunch, visited Cossack a heritage site near settlers beach, then had to drive 40km out of our way to get enough fuel to be able to drive onwards to Karijini NP. Because of this ended up staying in Port ...