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No photos today. I forgot my camera. D'oh!
In this region, there are so many options of things to see and to that it is hard to choose. I think we may have to come back some time! But with today promising to be the hottest we have had so far on this trip, there was really only one option – swimming. So back to Busselton we went, to check out the big inflatables in the water.
Yesterday’s wind was nowhere to be seen this ...
... see tree roots directly above our heads, some that no longer have trees above ground and the many stalagtites and stalagmites that haves formed over time. They cannot put an exact age on the cave but have said thousands of years old. The cave is the third largest in the world and has been preserved against the public from the day it was discovered. The cave was roughly 40 m high so there was many steps to reach the cave floor. Not an easy feat when you have a child strapped to your back. ...
... to admit I was feeling more than a little queasy. As I was also tired, I wanted to sit down, but that just made it worse. Continually losing sight of the horizon as you are first staring up at the sky before the front of the boat comes crashing down and it seems like you're going to go down like the Titanic does not make for a comfortable trip. Fortunately I didn't lose the contents of my stomach, but I came uncomfortably close a few times.
Back on land the ...
Today was an easy run of 103 Km's from Mandurah to Bunbury where we booked into the Discovery park on Koombana Bay waterfront. We caught up with Brian and Dave (who we met a few weeks ago at Kalbarri) and organised to have dinner with them and their wives tonight. Went for a drive around the port area and found a weigh bridge that was ...
... spectacular lookout over the 'open-cut' mine pit. Not only do they mine tin here (still), but it's also a source of (rare) tantalum used in electronics and other specialised industries.
Down at the footy ground, we found 6 or 7 other motorhomes and caravans taking advantage of the town's generosity. We chose a spot (away from the crowd) and set up, just in time for "happy hour". Then another dinner and a movie under the milky way.