According to my stats I have readers from all over the world. I suspect most blogs do. This does create some dilemmas when it comes to describing Australian places. If I write as though everyone is from Western Australia it's bound to create some confusion. If I write as though everyone is from interstate/overseas then WA readers will be going Yeah, yeah...we know that.
So, I've decided to give those interstate and overseas readers a geography lesson. Please don't see this as patronising. I really have no idea about towns in different states.
Here's a map I created of WA places I've mentioned before on this blog. Some of them I've lived in and others I've visited. Click on the blue placemarks to read a bit about why I have marked that particular place. To see the whole map, click the view WA Geography Lesson in a larger map link.
Hopefully when I start name-dropping places again, it might make a bit more sense.
View WA Geography Lesson in a larger map