Whew man, I don’t know about you, but I am OVER this rainy weather here in East Tennessee!  I’ve decided to go out of order here and show images from Australia before I highlight the images I got in Hong Kong and Singapore.  Frankly, I just want to think about warm sunny beaches! 🙂  Also, I’m going to keep this brief because, well… the sun is out!

SO! My good friend Nico has been living in Perth, Australia for a while now.  If you follow along, you’ll remember he’s my friend from Poland that came to the States a few years ago.  Well, he’s been asking me to come visit him in Australia (twist my arm!), and so while I was in Asia and at least on that side of the world, I decided to go down and see him.  We had a good amount of adventures together, one of which was to go see the Pinnacles of Nambung National Park.  Now, if you’ve never heard of Nambung National Park, that’s okay… I hadn’t either.  Western Australia is the part of the country that most people don’t visit because it’s so far from the “main” cities of Australia (like Sydney).  It’s in the middle of NO WHERE.  The park is really pretty though, and has these strange rocks that stick out of the desert sand that I found interesting.  We had a good time playing on the sand dunes and then caught this amazing sunset before heading back to Perth.  Good times!  Okay… now time to go outside.  🙂

–Dan Thompson

The Pinnacles of Nambung National Park

The Pinnacles of Nambung National Park
Nambung National Park, Nambung WA 6521, Australia
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