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... clambering through tiny holes, following ropes and walking along the old river bed. We had helmets and each had 2 torches and self-guided ourselves the whole way along. We only met the Ranger inside the tunnel who was sweeping steps and so the whole place to oursleves. We even turned out torches off at one point to experince the total ...
... meets the Indian Ocean. It was pretty impressive with amazing views, although it was a bit cold for the boys up the top and they didn't like all the stairs. Our next stop was a must, touring one of the many caves they have in the area. We decided to tour the Jewel Cave. Spectacular is the only word to describe this place, something you can only experience yourself to appreciate the true wonderment of what nature can do. Found deep down beneath a Karri forest, this tour took us under ...
... and the sea was as smooth as a baby's bottom, until we left the harbour. That's when I got my naval lesson of the day: the difference between a wave and a swell. When you're on land, waves are piddly little things that break against the shore. Swells are huge rafts of water that break against the shore and then sweep you out to sea (probably never to be seen again). Guess what we were riding? The boat pitched up and down like a see-saw. I usually have good sea legs, but ...
This morning we travelled 140 Km's from Big Valley Farm to Pemberton which is in forest land in the south west. After setting up in the caravan park we had lunch and then headed off to the Pemberton Tramway for a ride through the forest. The tram Is privately owned and used to run from Pemberton to Northcliffe, crossing six bridges. However as a result of the drought a few years ...
... case I decide to strangle it during the meal. I broke another piece and this time carried it right over to the second bird. Stretching out its neck, it gently grabbed it out of my hand and hopped away. These guys may be wild, but this was obviously not their first hand feeding, so I introduced them to Harry to break the ice further. It turns out stuffed sheep and parrots get along just fine.
Two days ago, we boarded our Air Asia flight ...