March 12, 2015

Hiking the Royal National Park

Last weekend some girlfriends and I spent three days trekking through the Royal National Park, just south of Sydney. We were blessed with sunshine, fresh ocean breezes and heaps of fresh water pools to sooth our achy joints. Our adventure started at Bundeena and ended at the Otford Lookout, roughly 30k's south. I brought an old 35mm film camera along but unfortunately didn't bring enough rolls of film. So the last day I resorted to the iPhone because the scenery was sen-bloody-sational. The trail is so diverse: in one day you roam through palm tree jungles, lush green pastures, sandy beaches, and across beautiful rock formations. Heath picked us stinky girls up at the end and we all went swimming at Wattamolla. If you haven't been to the park before, its a must! jacandheathdotcom (4 of 38) jacandheathdotcom (6 of 38) jacandheathdotcom (11 of 38) jacandheathdotcom (9 of 38) jacandheathdotcom (16 of 38) jacandheathdotcom (19 of 38) jacandheathdotcom (26 of 38) jacandheathdotcom (22 of 38) jacandheathdotcom (27 of 38) jacandheathdotcom (28 of 38) jacandheathdotcom (29 of 38) jacandheathdotcom (33 of 38) jacandheathdotcom (35 of 38) jacandheathdotcom (36 of 38) jacandheathdotcom (37 of 38) And here's a few iPhone shots. The first is of our epic campsite on the second night. We had this fresh water pool all to ourselves! tiff edit IMG_9684 IMG_9689 IMG_9690 IMG_9692 IMG_9694 IMG_9698 Since I ran out of film, Heath brought a Nikon F6 and took some photos when he picked us up. royal national park girls hiking royal national park sydney australia girls hiking

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