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Under The Lighthouse Dancing at the Blogging Box Office


Photo Credit: Ian Dodd

According to the Crocodile Dundee Intelligence Agency (CIA), three couples explore the depths of friendship and romance during a coastal holiday on a island paradise
under Rottnest Island Lighthouse. The movie is a love story based on a true story about a unplanned wedding for a terminally ill friend.

The movie can be rented at Netflix or purchased online.

Rottnest Island is the sand, surf, and sea holiday getaway of Western Australia.
Snorkeling in the clear sparkling azure waters around the island is a ocean paradise of coral reefs and 135 colorful species of tropical fish. You may even see Debbie Dolphin swim by you on your underwater explorations.
3dbainsoleil For sun worshippers, there are 63 white sandy secluded beaches for your tanning pleasure!

kangaroomt1 After digitally sailing to the island of Captain Kangaroo, Kim painting has surprised me again with her special friends award at the Blogging Box Office of laketress! Thank you Kim for your secret significant honor!


Anand Archie Art News Blog Ascender Blog Elf Boyd Catsy Colin Cooper Corrine Debbie Deborah Diane DouDy Drowsey Monkey Durano Ev Fruity Hanna Janette Jeremy John Jos Kimmy Kris Leigh Life cruiser Lisa Lyn Lynda Lindsay Manuel Mary Ann Meg Megan Mel Michelle Netster PALMA Pet Monologues Pearl Renny & Diane Santa She Walks In Beauty Shoshana Should Be Famous Snoskred Speedy Sue Sugar Queen Sully Suzanne The Artist’s Magazine Vin Walter williebaronet

There is a rumor that if we can find Bob Barker’s daughter at the Better Barker Bureau, we (all the awarded Bloggers listed above) will find our tickets to the Paradise Holiday of Rottnest Island! Can this be true, Kim?

3dsouslaneige1 To escape another arctic deep freeze, snorkeling under the Lighthouse is the Pacific Paradise vacation retreat prescribed by Speedy and his Birds of Paradise Airlines.

Lighthouse Background:

On June 1, 1851, a 66-foot high limestone Lighthouse was First Lit exhibiting a Flashing 5-second White Light every 60-seconds to mark Rottnest Island for navigation approaching Fremantle and Perth, Australia.

The current 38.7m (127-feet high) white conical limestone Lighthouse was First Lit in 1896 exhibiting a Flashing White Light every 7.5-seconds illuminated by a First-order Fresnel lens 80.5m (264-feet) above sea level to a visible range of 26 nautical miles.

Since 2005, Rottnest Island (aka Wadjemup) Lighthouse has been opened for public tours.

For a Map location, please visit the Google Map of Rottnest Island Lighthouse.

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