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A day on the spit

At the northern end of golden bay is the Farewell spit, it’s New Zealands longest sandspit at 35 km long. It’s also a nature reserve and because the wetlands is such an important breeding grounds for so many birds it’s more protected than our national parks. 885 more words


Place In the World

It used to be any quiet beach; calm but not dead.  I would lie down on this natural water bed without a care in the world. 108 more words


The Shorehouse, Swanbourne

Just north of Cottesloe is the quieter suburb of Swanbourne, and at the north end of marine parade lies a small car park, a children’s playground, a surf lifesaving club, and the rather fabulously situated Shorehouse – a restaurant with views straight across the ocean to Rottnest Island. 203 more words

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A walk with a nearly five year old

Right from the start this day felt like adventure was in the air. We had a plan – to walk to Anapai Bay, which if we crossed the estuary at low tide and used the low tide track would take us about 45 minutes. 601 more words


Review 14: Sheppy's Cider with Elderflower

There’s nothing quite like getting drunk by the beach. Well, except if you’re getting drunk by the beach on a Monday afternoon, smug in the knowledge that at least 80% of your peers are stuck behind desks, pushing pencils into their own eyeballs. 515 more words


Sunday Brunch!

Sunday Brunches is like my thing! I prefer going on Brunch Parties then going out for any other parties! Ya I am obsessed with Gossip Girl and my passion for Brunch comes somewhere from there and Love for good food and pictures! 280 more words


No Place beats Home

In a cottage yard ravaged by mysteries and miseries, the gods are to be blamed. Our ancestors have said it time and again ‘don’t anger the gods or….’ You might think its lame but those who have grown up in this cottage yard by the ocean-side have respected gods – the irony of which have be lost on me since I left two years ago for work. 770 more words