Rubbing shoulders with surprising locals…

The coastal road across New South Wales not only offered stunning sceneries but also astonishing encounters…

In Jervis Bay, for instance, on a Saturday evening, as the little town was shutting down, we got to see an open air dancing class. The rest of the town was silent, this corned was alive!

Same time one day later, as we were riding on the Sapphire Coast Road, we saw our “first” kangaroos !!!

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I was reading the map, my friend marie was driving. She thought she had seen a rabbit, but then, in a fraction of second, she thought it was quite a big rabbit, and concluded it might have been something else… Him:

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After a quick u-turn, the animal was still on the side of the road. It seemed he was waiting for us to take a picture !

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A few kilometers later, I was the one to see one. Not a babe this time, a big one, who was jumping on a side road. At the beginning, I had thought it was a mail box, shaking because of the wind ! Supernatural !

And again, a few kilometers later, another babe was sitting next to the road. But this time, he didn’t wait for us to be ready with our sophisticated cameras…

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And then, for the last time of the day, under the sunset light, we had the chance to see a family, out of the wood, playing in the clearing (clairière).

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