It’s video time! I have finally completed the fourth episode in my cycle touring series. This one documents the seven days I spent exploring Western Australia’s Ningaloo Coast, which is a UNESCO-listed World Heritage Site renowned for the incredible diversity of sea life (and other natural wonders) it supports. Enjoy!
Tags » Snorkelling
Surveys proclaiming cities more or less ‘liveable’ than others are generally useless, but more than one Sydneysider we met during our stay agreed with a… 825 more words
Having completed a 2 hour island tour there was still more than sufficient time for a walk along a significant part of Kanumera Bay which, if forced to pick a favourite between it and Kuto Beach, I would rate it higher – because, at least when I visited, it was less busy and there was more shade, from a combination of palms and the Auracaria columnaris pines from which the island takes its name, for those wishing to linger. 420 more words
Imagine an alien planet.
A rough barrage of waves seemed to defend the calm oasis of glassy water you are now cruising through. The small fishing boat you peek out of, was artfully steered here, by a missionary experienced in navigating the hostile ocean. 1,534 more words