Hi, sadly, this is my last post of my Perth series. Overall, Perth has given me the relaxing time I needed before going back to the harsh reality! I really appreciate having been able to see and visit extraordinary places that have changed my view of nature and famine to a better one. In my last post, I will be talking about my experience in . We’ve seen the land, so let’s not forget the sea!
Since it was our last day in Perth, we had no other choice but to go on this very day and have a picnic on the beach. Unfortunately, it wasn’t a nice weather that day as it was extremely cold and windy. The waves were loudly and scarily crashing against the rocks and it didn’t seem pleasant, but the sea was still as breathtaking as possible.
What I found most outstanding and unique were the different gradients of the sea. As you can see in the picture, there were hints of dark blue against the light blue. I don’t know science, and what causes that, but I couldn’t get my eyes off it! Since the weather was undesirable, the beach was completely empty (as seen on the picture) and we had the whole place for ourselves!
When we opened the picnic mat, seagulls were already anticipating food so they were staring at us on every corner waiting for us to open our picnic basket. The strong wind was also continuously flipping our mat upside down, so we had to sit at each corner. Feeling uncomfortable by the stalker birds and the powerful wind, I couldn’t enjoy my food by the beach as much I would like to.
Thank you, Perth and your people for being kind and caring to me during my time here, I will definitely visit you again and hopefully have a better experience when eating food by the beach!
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