Yesterday we went on a whale watching tour and enjoyed over three hours sailing in Geographe Bay, Indian Ocean.
The brochure highlighted that around 35,000 whales migrate through the Bay each year on their journey to Antarctica.This includes Humpback, Southern Right, The Blue and Killer whales. But …
There were none to be seen yesterday!
We were heading back to the Port when a pod of dolphins followed the charter boat for a short time. This certainly lifted everyone’s spirits and I took some photos of them. As I was snapping away, my husband said “Do four dolphins equal a whale?”
At this point we actually hoped we didn’t see a whale because the ticket guaranteed if no whales are sighted we are entitled to another trip for free. We will have another go once the school holidays are over and the weather will be a bit warmer too!