Only Spellcheck, which has put a red line underneath ‘succulently’, is immune to their aroma.
Note the different languages. I initially thought that by the time someone from overseas drove to the Tropic of Capricorn, they’d know on which side of the road we drive in WA. But I guess reminders don’t hurt. After weeks in Argentina, I could look the wrong way. Below, the sign in the background may…Read More
We only stopped in Geraldton because it was too far to drive from Exmouth to Perth in a day. The city’s publicity invited us to ‘take a fresh look’. We laughed at the subtext. The last time I stayed overnight in Geraldton was in 1994, with the Los Amigos Mexican Restaurant, also known as Loss-o…Read More
Years ago, I watched an episode of ‘Surfing the Menu’, in which they crossed the Tropic of Capricorn near Coral Bay and Exmouth, Western Australia. When I went that way on a bus tour in 2006, I asked that we stop when we got to the sign, so I could take a quick photo, but…Read More
The same day as I saw my first proper sunrise ever, in Exmouth, I had a last minute thought. Why not go to the other side of the cape and see the sunset? So off to a (nudist!) beach I went. I didn’t think the photos would look that good. I didn’t think I was…Read More