Where two oceans meet

Australia was never in the list of places that I'd like to travel to. Somehow, the beauty of its nature left me bewildered and charmed. I was so exhilarated when we reached the top of Leeuwin Lighthouse, after 300 steps that I completely forgot about my fear of heights. With acres and acres of green rolled out before me, there was just so much to take in. 

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happy survivors of my 110km/h driving

happy survivors of my 110km/h driving

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Cape Leeuwin is the point where the Indian Ocean meets the Southern Ocean, and the only place where you can see the Indian Ocean to your right and the Southern Ocean to your left. If you think about the distances these great oceans have covered and the stories they have carried from all over, it makes it pretty special to see how they collide to make magnificent waves.