Shark Bay day 1. 20180518

We left Kalbarri this morning at a very civilised 8:15 am and after bisecting the Kalbarri National Park for about 50 km, we headed north on highway one for Shark Bay World Heritage area. Our final destination for today is the little fishing hamlet at Denham, being on the western…

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Kalbarri day 3. 20180517

Kalbarri has been quite a wonderland and a destination I would recommend to anyone who can venture to these parts. We have explored the deep gorges yesterday and we completed a tour of the coastline today. All ancient lands being battered and shaped by the sea, the wind, the rain…

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Kalbarri day 2. 20180516

Up early to visit the amazing Kalbarri National Park and discover and be in awe of the stunning scenery, the deep gorges and the gently flowing Murchison River. We did tackle the longest walk first being a 6 km in and out hike, although that was instead of the full…

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Kalbarri day 1. 20180515

Our day started early leaving Cervantes and breakfast in beautiful Jurien Bay. Breakfast by the beach. Then cruising through some undulating and interesting countryside, with the ocean view never too far way. Soon it was lunch in the equally lovely Horrocks Beach, just north of Geraldton after our first refuel…

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Cervantes and the Pinnacles. Day 1. 20180514

Day started with being picked up in Perth CBD and taken for breakfast in South Perth on the Swan River. Then to pick up our trusty camper to start our road-trip north up the coast of Western Australia. Many thanks to our young family friend who was so kind and…

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Perth Day 16. The cruise ends. 20180513.

This blog’s themes will often aim to ground the day and the mindful contemplation of what has been experienced in terms of gratitude, kindness and joy. This day epitomised each of those feelings as we were most fortunate to be collected, guided, accommodated and fed but two very special young…

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Geraldton Day 15. 20180512

Just docking in Geraldton now, local time around 07:20. Weather cooler but still fine. Calm seas overnight. Look forward to a short trip to town and last night tonight on-board. Of course, we are now back online, connected, on the Internet, able to use mobiles and load blog content. Now…

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WA Coast Sailing Day 14. 20180511

Cruising is certainly an indulgence and it can be so relaxing. Further, as mentioned on several previous occasions, it affords us the opportunity to observe not just amazing sun rises and sets, but to appreciate the wonder of this twice daily occurrence, at least at our usual latitudes. Perhaps this…

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North West Cape Sailing Day 13. 201801510

Today has been day one of two further days of sailing before we arrive in our second last port of Geraldton. We were largely on a westerly setting as we left Broome last evening while an hour or two prior to today‚Äôs sunset, we have set course in a more…

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Broome. Day 12. 20180509

Woke early as I had the benefit of our clock going back to be officially on WA time. So got busy on my blog but frustrated by slow response times and drop outs. Certainly a first world problem that is no big deal. Anyway, we persist, and find a way….

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