Busselton Guest House - Beds by the Bay
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- Non-smoking rooms
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... Yallingup!) and a lot of strange looks and waves, we were sat on the TransWA Bus making our way to Gracetown. The bus dropped us off at an information point and we walked the remaining kilometre up a hill to the campsite.
This was a really pleasant campsite to stay on. It is home to lots of wildlife including kangaroos and joeys that like to munch on the grass, possums seen at night exploring the kitchen, kookaburra's laughing in the trees, ...
Well, just a week before we start off to Malaya and India on my family pilgrimage. The visas have been procured, the passport checked and rechecked to ensure that we wont go past the used by date; assorted medical delights obtained - the injections against some exotic diseases, defence against Delly Belly and, of course, at great expense to management, the dreaded malaria tablets - read $600 AUD for the both of us...The fact I've ...
... I aimed to get there for 7. Admittedly I'd been exceptionally lucky with the wind, I suppose you have to be sometimes! As Dan helped me sort my bike out and store it amongst his collection,I noticed a few Ironman race stickers on the wall. It turned out that both Dan and Catherine lived the ironman triathlete lifestyle, and in fact were just tapering for Ironman Bussleton which was due to take place next week! A bit like Noosa triathlon, once upon a time I'd havea own all about this, ...
... and bird cries. After this we went to find somewhere to stay. We had originally intended staying at a caravan park which was near to the jetty but this place was absolutely rammed with the most annoying looking people we could have imagined. We decided to head out of town and chose to stay at the Peppermint Park caravan park on the edge of town. It was nice and quiet here and we relaxed for the rest of the day. ...
... dog, which we resolved with a little investigation. Then he was keen to have a chat for a good while about his service days and aeroplane museums. Yikes! On the road before sun down, we drive into rain to find an unpowered site at Pinjarra Caravan Park. Set up camp and into bed. Conditions are still wet despite our wishes ...