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  • Day38

    No monkeys here!

    May 25 in Australia ⋅ ☀️ 19 °C

    A little update on our trip now that we have decent reception at last!

    We spent a few days exploring the gorgeous Shark Bay. We started off at Monkey Mia, a secluded caravan park alongside a gorgeous coastline. Monkey Mia is known for their wild dolphin interaction, where wild dolphins come into the bay every morning to have a fish for brekkie. At first we thought this may not be too ethical, as feeding them could prevent them from needing to fish, however they only give the dolphins 10% of their morning feed and often they don't even take the fish 🤷🏼‍♀️ it was pretty cool seeing wild ones up close, and a cute turtle even popped his head up!

    We chilled here for a day and night, checked out the famous shell beach (one of 2 beaches in the world made entirely of shells, did some paddle boarding and went for dinner at the local restaurant.

    The following night we found an epic spot called Eagle Bluff where we camped on the sand, it was truly stunning watching the sunset over the ocean with a BBQ and a bottle of red 🍷
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