* There are the big windmills at the city's wind farm, generating an impressively big supply of eco-power;
* The big rock shaped like the head of a dog, named, not surprisingly, Dog Rock;
* The big scenic bike ride that we undertake on the second day, spanning a hilly 6km along the coastline from our caravan park into the city centre - that takes us a big 2 hours to complete - sees us encountering lots of big goannas on the path - evokes lots of big protests (and necessitates lots of big rest-stops) along the way - but is rewarded with the biggest icecream sundae we've ever seen at the end - bringing big big BIG smiles all round;
* The big experiential experience at Albany's Whale World, formerly the last active whaling station in Australia (...and big sense of shame at how many of these beautiful creatures were killed in our waters up until the 1970s);
* The big leap of faith required to step out on the viewing platform after our hike to the top of Castle Rock;
* And the biggest bonus of all - after helping some locals tow in their boat, we receive a big thank you in the form of a big salmon that they caught, fresh, that day.
So with our big fish in the fridge and big grins on our faces, we are ready to continue on our big adventure. Denmark awaits.
|Taking in the view from the top of Castle Rock - whilst trying not to think about the engineering savvy needed to hold us up.|