|Tom's last night's shot of the sunset as we set sail to our next destination.|
|This artists rendition in the ship's art gallery reminded us of Halloween, the day we |
this ship in Sydney, our four year anniversary of traveling the world.
Although it may seem staying on the ship may be as simple a process of receiving a new SeaPass card, its much more complicated for both security and immigration purposes.
|In parts, hot Port Hedland felt the Mohave desert in the US.|
|The Woolworth's grocery in Port Hedland could have been a market anywhere in the world. We noticed Christmas products already for sale.|
Once again, safari luck prevails, and new friends, Michelle and Carlo, whom we met on RC Voyager of the Seas this past April are picking us up tomorrow to spend the day with them in Perth/Fremantle. We're so appreciative and excited to spend the day with this lovely couple in their beloved home city.
|Industrial salt mining in Port Hedland.|
|Huge freighters at the port soon to depart.|
With two empty dining room seats opening up at our standing table for eight, after Kat and John disembark in Perth tomorrow, and with the addition of all these new people, we've agreed to find two new table mates, if possible, for this remaining 17 days.
|More enormous freighters.|
|Equipment at the port used in the mining business.|
|Many tugboats were ready to assist.|
Please bear with us. Within 18 days we'll be in Tasmania, setting up housekeeping once again in two separate locations at six weeks each, and living life on our terms, always hopeful of making new friends but often not in an ideal scenario to do so. We've easily become adapted to "just the two of us" but its certainly enhances our experiences when we make friends along the way
|Sunlight reflecting on the sea.|
Have a busy day doing that which brings you bliss! 👫
Photo from one year ago today, November 15, 2015:
|Beautiful tree hanging over the inlet, we spotted when we visited the village of Vuodomo in Fiji. For more photos, please click here.|