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Oceania » Australia » Western Australia » Shark Bay October 27th 2011

Monkey Mia(MM) into Denham(D) and some fishing Little Lagoon(LL) and MM (12957 km to 13037 km)... read more
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Oceania » Australia » Western Australia » Shark Bay October 26th 2011

Monkey Mia(MM) with trip to Cape Peron(CP), with stops at Big Lagoon(BL),Peron Homestead(PH) and Skipjack Point(SP). (12787 km to 12957 km) .... read more
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Oceania » Australia » Western Australia » Shark Bay October 25th 2011

Monkey Mia (MM) (12787 km to 12787 km )... read more
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Oceania » Australia » Western Australia » Shark Bay October 25th 2011

Carnarvon(C) to Monkey Mia(MM) with stops at Hamelin Pool(HP), Shell Beach(SB) and Eagle Bluff(EB) (12438 km to 12787 km)... read more
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Oceania » Australia » Western Australia » Shark Bay October 24th 2011

Carnarvon(C) with trip out to Pt Quobba(Q) (12230 km to 12425 km)... read more
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Oceania » Australia » Western Australia » Shark Bay October 24th 2011

Carnavon(C) (12425 km to 12438 km) CADES DIARY Days 76 to 78 We rode the coffee pot train along One Mile Jetty Got wet at blowholes Visited a fruit plantation I tried choc-coated banana ... read more

Oceania » Australia » Western Australia » Shark Bay May 15th 2011

Luckily for me (and her), Frankie had a week off before she started her new job so she took me on a tour up the west coast of Australia from Perth to Coral Bay. The tour was on a bright yellow bus driven by a fun Aussie man called Greg, who became my new best friend because he liked to take me to lots of adventurous places for photographs! There were six passengers on the bus, plus me, and we had lots of fun seeing some of the sights of Western Australia. On the first day of the tour we visited the Pinnacles Desert. This is an area of sandy desert with big limestone rocks sticking up out of the sand. There are several stories about how the stones came to be there. Some people say ... read more
Me and a very leaning tree!
Playing on the salt lake
Going for a swim with Greg

Oceania » Australia » Western Australia » Shark Bay April 27th 2011

Hi All, Next instalment! Brian and Debbie have now caught up with us, we have being sailing together for two days now. We landed in Exmouth today 25th April we are anchored outside the Novotel Resort, it is very nice. We went for a swim as soon as we got settled it was so hot, we swan across to Brian and Debbie’s boat had a cuppa with them. They don’t go into the water they love being on it not in it. In getting here today went through some rough seas going around the North West cape of Exmouth have a look on a map and see what we mean. It can be a very, very rough few miles getting around. Although Brian stated it wasn’t too bad today. We rode those waves like a cowboy ... read more
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Deb has heard this before

Oceania » Australia » Western Australia » Shark Bay February 13th 2011

It was a beautiful 2010 sunny summer sunday as we made a tour on my boat on the Amsterdam canals. Some weeks before Arja Boon phoned me if I wanted to rent out my boat for some of her friends in honour of her special Aussie mates who came over for a roundtrip in Europe with Sin City Amsterdam as the highlight of their trip. She met Garrod, Jamie, Ivan and Vernon in Western Australia (WA) and joined them at their motorbike rally adventures in the Austalian Desert. Vernon Strange a succeslful gold prospector, Jamie Morgan of the Blue Lagoon Pearl Farm in Shark Bay who just finished the filming as a candidate in the Aussie edition of Farmer wants a Wife, and the remakable Ivan Erceg, a huge bloke with a big heart, nick name ... read more
Jumping humpback whale Indian Ocean
Blue Lagoon Pearl Farm Shark Bay
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Oceania » Australia » Western Australia » Shark Bay October 24th 2010

Hello We had a couple of days in Carnarvon, which is renowned for its agriculture. Once again the weather was hot but the wind had dropped off. We took a day trip up to Gnarloo Bay, which, as the attached photo shows, has yet another amazing beach with incredibly blue water. It took a 2hr drive along a very dusty dirt road to get there, but it was well worth it. There was no one else on the beach, so it almost felt like we were on a desert island. The next day (Sunday), we headed for Denham, which is a small township in the Shark Bay area. Shark Bay is home to the well-known Monkey Mia, where wild dolphins come in daily for a feed. We crossed the Tropic of Capricorn for the second time ... read more
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Gnarloo Bay
Crossing the Tropic - Half Way!




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