the longest wooden jetty in the sothern heimisphere
well since i last blogged jenny and i have left perth in our little hire car that we have called’cindy’
cindy is some little ice cream container on wheels, i cant remember what flavour it is, maybe dihatsu?
anywe its brand new when we picked it up it only had 26km under its belt.
we travled 222km south of perth to pepermint grove beach which is our home town until saturday morning, we have a cool house that looks out over the water, we cant quite see africa but we are sure its out there.
still sick, lots of coughing and jenny has it now too, so we are both snot heads although here voice doesnt sound like barry white.
today we are in busselton it has a mega long wooden jetty, infact is 1.8km long and we walked it. it has a train, but the train is not running, it also has an underwater viewing place at the end but it was closed due to bad visibility underwater.
bussleton is a bit like perth in thee way that it was founded by a momentous occasion and ceremony, perth the chopped down tree well busselton was founded by the first settlers in 1836, they put a wodden barrel on a 30 foot pole.
still fun though, i just had the biggest hamburger in the world, ok maybe not the biggest its no way near as big as perths ginat kebab but it was still big.