Kalbarri to Lancelin

As we are getting close to our next Indian Ocean adventure in Mauritius and need to catch our flight from Perth, we start heading South again, to the cute little ocean town of Kalbarri, which offers great accomodation, cafes, fishing, sailing and hiking. By now, Robinson is stearing the hobiecat easily by himself… Coming down

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Shark Bay – warm wind, doplhins, raw living

From Geraldton we take a 4 hour drive to Shark Bay, Denham and Monkey Mia. Within one hour the temparature rises by an amazing 10 degrees from 21 C to 31 C. In this remote part of the world, one of 800 World Heritage Sites around the globe, nature is overwhelming in its purity. Sienna

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play and flow

Geraldton – water play town

Geraldton is the Coral Coasts “only city” with about 40,000 people. In the city you feel that there is lots of money with large houses for everyone, fantastic museums and the best playgrounds we know.   The money comes from the crayfishes, that are exported to Asia, generating a revenue of 400 million dollars a

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Pinnacles right next to the ocean

Turquoise Coast: solitude, beaches, surf

After several days of city life in Perth, we head north for another couple of weeks of beach and solitude. We drive up the coast to Cervantes, about 270 km north of Perth. This township was named after a whaling ship that was wrecked along the coast in 1844. The main attraction in the area

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yummie burgers on deck

Perth – Big City Pleasures

The next week we stay in Perth with Katherine, Jarrod and their kids Nash and Lewis. When we arrive, Katherine and Jarrod have put together the perfect week-end program… A relaxed week-end means for them to get up around seven, have a poached-egg-on-crispy-toasts-breakfast and go to the gym. I felt like joining breakfast and gym,

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Gesine in full Flowmotion

Cowaramup – the perfect place to play

When it comes to playing in the water, Cowaramup has immediate access to some of the best surfing, kitesurfing, fishing and wine. We return to Ben”s farm from our trip down South and are rewarded with days of swell and wind. Augusta just South of Margaret River is a sleepy little town that has a

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we love our mami

Happy Birthday Gesine

Finally it was my turn: birthday time… Mike was busy making about 20 pancakes, a special birthday edition for me with a G in it… After breakfast we went down to our favourite Ocean Beach, where I could go surfing until my arms felt like falling off In the afternoon we drove down to beautiful

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not funny

Easter in Denmark

During Easter the whole Southwest coast fills up with visitors from Perth, Kalgoorlie, etc. So there is no chance to book a acommendation spontaneously as we always did. But we have a beautiful home for Eastern: we can stay with Mike, the surf instructor, his wife Sharon and the three gorgeous kids. There is the

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we love it here...

Albany: storm in the whale town

Albany was once one of the commercial hot spots of Australia, as whaling was the most important industry back in the 19th century. It is the largest hub on the South Coast of Western Australia, a real city filled with cafes, and shopping malls, and industrial zones and suburbs. It is nestled in the most

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FLOWMOTION – The Zen Art of Surfing

I am absolutely convinced that surfing brings you much closer to your inner self, to your soul. There are many elements that induce a peaceful content state: the fresh salt air, the sound of the waves, the energy of the moving ocean, the beauty of the landscape around you, the rhythm of paddling through the

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