Brian and Andrea's big adventure travel blog

Cape Leeuwin Lighthouse

The background info

 

Where the 2 oceans meet

Hark! What light in yonder window breaks...

Watching the waves roll in...

and crash over the rocks!

Cookie Monster!

the view at the natural bridge

the rugged terrain

Elephant Rocks - can you see them?

A Japanese photo

Just hangin' around

another beautiful bay


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UPDATE:

Day 4 & 5 sites - got the photos a bit mixed up!

Day 5 took us from Pemberton to Perth. We started through the Karri Tree Forests on our way to Augusta and Cape Leeuwin. Now here was one of Brian's favourite places on this tour. We could have just sat and watched the waves roll in all day. 100 years strong this little lighthouse was stunning along its ocean background. This is where the Indian and the Southern Oceans meet.

(Day 4) Along the coast was the Natural Bridge, The Gap and the Blowholes at Frenchman's Bay. Then it was a stop for a tea/coffee and Cookie break! - Yummy!!! Then it was a stop off at Elephant Rocks for some playful stretching...can you see the Elephant's head in the rock?

NOTE: Brian's acrobatics were sparked by the tour guide who taunted him with another tour passanger's climbing ability. Not to be outdone, he thought he'd give it a go! I think Julie (guide) was a bit surprised!

The Japanese Photo was what we picked up from our Japanese companions on this tour. Every picture seemed to have them giving the peace sign and bending in wild poses. We had to give it a try! Come to think of it, Brian and I and John, the Aussie guy from Sydney on holidays, were the only native English speakers on this tour...we were joined by Germans, Swiss/Italians and Japanese. Good mix.



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