Spearwood AUdventure, mate

Right now, I am in Bali sitting at the edge of a rice paddy looking over coconut, banana, and papaya trees.  This makes it difficult to think about moving on to our next destination, even finding it hard to believe it is Monday.  The vivid memories of our stay in Australia blur in recollection. We spent a week in Perth and then moved down south to the suburb of Spearwood for a month.  Spearwood is best experienced with a car, but we managed quite well with buses.  This allowed us to explore other neighborhoods of Fremantle, Rockingham, and pop into Perth and Northbridge on the train to have lunch with Daughter.  One weekend, we rented a car and drove up north to explore Stromatolites and Thrombolites of Lake Thetis near Cervantes, the Pinnacles of Nambung National Park, the white sand dunes of Lancelin, and the Australia flora and fauna at Yanchep National Park.

My dilemma as always is how to choose the pictures that best capture our adventure

We were lucky enough to see Koalas, Kangaroos, and Emus all in native habitat.

Everywhere there seemed to be interesting street art along with a wonderful Art Center in Fremantle.