What do you get when you cross a whale and a shark?

Posted: June 2, 2008    Categories: Australia

I’ve seldom been in the right place at the right time on my trip. I wasn’t in Tonga to see whales, I wasn’t in Hawaii when lava was flowing, and I wasn’t in Japan to see the cherry blossoms.

I finally lucked out and the whalesharks are currently in Exmouth! I honestly had no idea they had whalesharks here. Whalesharks are the largest fish in the world. Despite the name, it is not a whale and it it only feeds on small fish. They are in no way dangerous.

I don’t know if I’ll get any photos, unless we see some near the surface.

I’m going diving near the navy pier here. There is an American Navy base here which is used for submarine communications. You technically can’t go on the pier, but the diving around it is supposed to be some of the “best in the world”. (So many places claim to be on of the top 10 dive sites in the world, it becomes rather silly after a while)

As a follow up to Wells Fargo, I got everything resolved, but the guy I talked to (Erick) was a total asshole. I’ve never experienced customer service like that before. It only made me more furious. Wells Fargo still sucks.

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