Holidays – day 1

Firstly, many apologies for the slight absence of posts – I have been a number of things

1. sick
2. working like a bastard
3. on holiday

All of the above have pretty much prevented any kind of activity, photography, red wine consumption and time and/or access to a computer.

Anyway, you now have my undivided attention for a while 🙂

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down south, part 1

As the girls were spending the weekend with their dad, Jay and I decided to take a day trip south to Cape Naturaliste and Dunsborough.  Its a couple of hours easy driving down there and the weather was beautiful as usual.

We were aiming for a Yoga retreat with a vegan eaterie as our first port of call – Samudra – or Ocean in Sanskrit, apparently.  We had a lovely coffee and then really yummy vegan lunch before heading to the ocean to cool down a bit.

Armed with new swimming togs thanks to a surf shop, we headed down the track to the Cape Naturaliste lighthouse, which was a disappointment as you had to pay to walk up to it.  Pah to that, we drove down to Bunker Bay, which was ber-you-ti-ful!

Deserted beach, white sand, blue sky, azure sea – perfect.  We went for a swim in the deliciously clear ocean, which turned out to be brass-monkeyingly cold.  Very refreshing though.  I must swim in the sea more often.

Bunker Bay was lovely, I’ll definitely be back.

More in part 2…