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Tuesday, March 10: Day 323: Great Ocean Walk

Rob and I had heard of the Great Ocean Walk and knew that it would be part of our travel plans. It is a five-day hike along the southeast shore of Australia. Parts of it are difficult and not well...

Monday, March 9: Day 322 – Celebrations

International Woman’s Day International Women’s Day was yesterday on March 8. I didn’t know that was a thing and celebrated around the world. Supporters wear purple on this day. The...

Friday, March 6: Day 319 – Melbourne

Melbourne was established in 1835. The biggest population surge occurred during the gold rush which then allowed for massive building projects. Diseases brought by the white men killed many...

Thursday, March 5: Day 318 – Delays

Time to leave the Big Red Center of Australia. We got up early, donned our fly nets and waited for our bus to the airport. Once there, we received word that our flight was delayed due to torrential...

Tuesday, March 3: Day 316 – Kata Tjuta

Today we got up before sunrise to explore the second “rock” in the Uluru-Kata Tjuta National Park with our excellent guide, Julia, originally from Italy. If one wants to be a guide, they...

Monday, March 2: Day 315 – Walkaround

We planned a guided hike around the base of Uluru and started before the sun came up. It was cloudy so the temperature was great throughout the morning walk. You may have heard of a walkabout. Rob...

Sunday, March 1: Day 314 – Uluru

We stayed at the Atura Adelaide Hotel. It had the coolest decor and design. When you walked in, it looked like reservation desk at a restaurant. It was a very open setup. Here is the restaurant right...

Friday, February 28: Day 312 – Red Center

On the train Rob and I have a twinette which is basically a room that has a sofa by day and converts to bunk beds by night. Rob gets up more in the night than I do so I am on the top bunk. There is a...

Saturday, February 22: Day 306 – Freo

The Rottnest Channel Swim happens today. There are two races over two distances from Leighton Beach in Fremantle to beautiful Rottnest Island – a direct crossing of 12 miles open to solos...

Friday, February 21: Day 305 – Sandboarding

Today is an all day bus ride north of Perth and we are traversing many small cities along the Swan River. It was originally called the Black Swan River as many of these birds were found here. Gilford...

Thursday, February 20: Day 304 – Quokka

Perth was established in 1829. It currently has a population of just under 2 million. It is the most isolated major city in the world. Perth is the capital of Western Australia which is one third of...

Wednesday, February 19: Day 303 – Jetty

We spent the day in the town of Busselton, home of the longest jetty in the southern hemisphere at 6,040 feet long which is over one mile long. We are exactly 11,700 miles from home as we are at the...

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