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Mar 19, 2008 - Day 1 of our Perth to Exmouth trip!

Well! The first thing that I (Juliet) knew about the day having started was Daniel shaking me saying “it’s after 7, it’s after 7!” and him (in the pitch black) starting to throw his stuff into his rucksack. I jumped off the top bunk and basically started flapping! Once I had come to I pointed out that surely if it was ‘after 7’ then the bus had been and gone (we were supposed to be picked up outside our hostel at 7am) but it turned out Daniel had said it’s 5 to 7 not that it was after. I was very confused! Not that it made THAT much of a...

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Dec 4, 2006 - Cervantes

The first stop on our jouney north up the west coast of Australia was Cervantes. The plan was to hire a car and just start heading north, stopping wherever was best for time. As this was the first stop and first time we had used the tent, it proved a little tricky especially with all the wind (apparently we had arrived at the start of the windsurfing season). However after a while and lots of swearing we had the tent up and a bowl of pasta in our bellies. The next day we walked down to the beach adn discovered probably the most beautiful...

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Aug 17, 2006 - The Pinnacles

Nambung National Park is located approximately 250 kilometres north of Perth. Our drive north from Perth took us back through the Swan River Valley and the wineries which we visited earlier this week. As we drove through the Swan River Valley, the vineyards gradually gave way to rolling green pastures. Here and there farm houses dotted the landscape. About an hour outside of Perth, the landscape began to change considerably as the trees were replaced with rolling heathlands. These heathlands have begun to flower with the spring rains and...

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