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... his lips needing a good boy treat at 3pm. Delighting in a plate to share with choc and caramel dips to dunk our cinnamon Churros in to. They were rather a moorish munch attack type of snack. We did try to eat slowly to savour them, but we thought one of the seagulls must have sneakily taken some as they disappeared all too quickly. There was a group of gulls that had flown in to the roof top of our covering and bullying a couple away from their table, who ...
... beach. Sadly we did not see the kangaroos actually lying on the beach but we did see them feeding in the bushes just off the beach and one of them even paid us a visit on our campsite. Cape Le Grand hosted us for a total of two nights. During our stay we did not only enjoy the beauty of the beaches and landscape, we also did a spectacular hike up to Frenchman’s peak allowing for a 360degree view over the national park and its picturesque scenery. The hike was close to ...
... back into Perth,I realise how a few weeks in desert country has affected me and how I already am used to the empty spaces, no people and no cars for hours. Here is a big city again, over a million people, definitely compared to the little towns we have seen over the last weeks, the roads with many lanes, too much traffic, the high rise buildings, so close together, all on top of each other, it looked crazy, ridiculous and sad. Why does everything need to ...
... to me. Made me smile. Was very happy to see everyone again after so long, and glad to be home. The drive didn't feel very long after a 10 hour flight, got home, had some food and had a chance to talk a bit. Had a lovely shower and crashed.
I had a a amazing nine weeks. They were full on, and jam packed. I saw so much, and had a lot of fun. It was lovely to spend time with my family I don't always get to see very often. Such a good ...
... of wolves they just go all out trying to get the sale. What's different at the airport is that they all look meaningfully at you, smile and if you respond in any way, and I always do (more fool me), they are all over you like a rash, "Would Sir be interested in...?" Fortunately, it stops at the initial question, for them 'no' means 'no', although
I do wonder how long it takes to train them to accept that fact.