I took a tour from Perth to Exmouth

Trip Start Jul 16, 2012
Trip End Dec 20, 2012

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Monday, November 5, 2012

I had the most amazing trip with Red Earth Safaris up to Exmouth. I did the trip during my study week and am so glad I went.

Day one we went to Yanchep National Park and say the Crystal Cave. then went and say the Moore River and lastly went to Nambung National Park and say the famous Pinnacles. The are said to be the reminisce of a petrified forest.

Day two we went to the Hutt River Province, a independent country within Australia. Apparently there was a flaw in the constitution that only claimed 50 kilometers around Perth. So this farmer who was fed up with the small amount the gov. was paying for his crops. Now he has his own country, no longer paying taxes, and can sell his crops to anyone.

Day three we walked through Kalbarri National Park and took alot of pictures at Natures Window. Also wandered down the Z-gorge, and I went absailing. We also went to Shell beach, which is literally a beach made of nothing but shells. Also when to Eagles Bluff and Shark Bay.

Day four was a very nice trip to Monkey Mia where 2 dolphins came right up to the beach. They were very cute and was feed by some lovely tourists. Next we went to Hamelin Pool of Stromatalites. These are made out of sediment, connected by bacteria. These bacteria are 3.5 Billion years old, the oldest living things and created 20% of atmospheric gases. That night we stayed at Worroora Sheep Station. They have over 250, 000 acres, 10,000 sheep and over 57 kilometers over private beaches.

Day five consisted of a wonderful day at Coral Bay.Nigaloo Reef is over 270 kilometers of fringed reef. It is amazing! I went on a glass bottom boat for a turtle eco tour. I went snorkeling for the first time, and it was amazing. I went snorkeling 3 times in the one day and loved it!! We stayed in Exmouth that night, and was at the bar, which was connected to our hostel.

Day six was a day at Cape Range National Park. It was fascinating to go snorkeling on Nigaloo Reef, right off the beach. There was so much animal life and fun colors. We also went to a lighthouse & to the most Easternly part of Australia.

Day seven we drove back all day and stayed at a convent. It was my worst nights sleep, probably cause it was haunted.

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