Beach to Beach

January 8, 2010 · 7 comments

A tour of the town of Albany (seperate post coming later on this year) which was prepared for Christmas and discovering Australia has free electric BBQs EVERYWHERE and taking advantage of that with bacon and sausages we was very happy with the start of today.

BBQ'd fried breakfast, nice!

BBQ'd fried breakfast, nice!

Then we set off to Esperance (also will have it’s own separate post), which is the place I had recommended the most for the drive between Perth and Adelaide.

Back on the long roads of Western Australia

Back on the long roads of Western Australia

Despite taking the coastal route, we was still a good 10km closest and 60km furthest from the sea, so no sea views to speak of. Just Road and bush.

There is some adventure out here somewhere

There is some adventure out here somewhere

The haze of the road became very apparant today too. Especially when the roads are black. The heat absorbing surface gave a wet like look for the oncoming straight road for miles ahead.

After approximately 450 tedious kilometers we drove the coast to Esperance. There is certainly not a lack of nice beaches to sleep on. Every stopping point was suitable for photographing.

We stopped by a place called Sandy Shore opposite Blue Haven and failed at using the Mystery Machines fishing rod. With views like this though, it’s hard to be bothered by things going wrong.

Beach in Esperence

Beach in Esperence

Sunset in Esperence

Sunset in Esperence

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Abbie January 8, 2010 at 2:44 AM

Looks like a beautiful beach!

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Jenn January 9, 2010 at 4:07 AM

Hi Rob, I found your blog the other day ;) Beautiful photos!

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Sandra January 9, 2010 at 9:09 AM

BBQ breakfast – not a greenbean in sight! :)
Beach pics are gorgeous.
.-= Sandra´s last blog – How to out-gadget the Japanese =-.

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AdventureRob January 9, 2010 at 10:30 AM

Abbie – one of many beautiful beaches in Esperence, there is at least 10 or so surrounding it!

Jenn – Thanks very much!

Sandra – Nope, no greenbeans in my breakfast ;-)

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Chris January 9, 2010 at 5:12 PM

Hi Rob,I love the hot Australian Barbies, specially for breakfast :-) .
If I can suggest, cast the line of mystery machine rods in the port entrances, wait the incoming tight; magical things will happen…
.-= Chris´s last blog – A tropical paradise but where is the reef in Green Island? =-.

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AdventureRob January 9, 2010 at 10:34 PM

The barbies are great, saves gas in the gas bottles.

I will catch someone one day…

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