Thetraveljunkie.org – We took a little adventure in the morning. The windy weather had cleared up and we were keen to soak up some of the delicious sunshine. We headed over to Pearses Beach in Blairgowrie, Australia. 20 minutes walked from home. We were so grateful!
It’s a good exercise for us. We took the opportunity to run too. Sometimes the paths would open up towards the beach… and we found ourselves running along a top of a hill, looking down onto the ocean.
The beach was so pretty. It looked so much like the tropical waters of South East Asia. It was very shallow. We took a swim out. The water was so clear and our feet were tickled by weird looking seaweed.
It was so much fun, very relaxing and just lovely to get away from our routine for a bit.
We didn’t get swallowed up by the ocean. And we didn’t meet any giant squid monsters. It was a good day.
We all finished the morning exercise with an incredible breakfast, mi goreng pancake and coffee.
Wishing health and safety to you all during these extraordinary times.
For Mornington Peninsula Shire – Beach Closure Update, visit www.mornpen.vic.gov.au.
For more information about COVID-19 in Australia, visit www.health.gov.au.
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