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# Checked out of hotel, filled car up with petrol.
# Spend a little time touring the beach areas west of Adelaide to find a place for coffee and breakfast.
# Returned car to Adelaide airport to catch our flight to Perth.
# Found some free airport internet access to do …
... gereden omm vers gerook spek te kopen. Magaret River staat bekent om geode wijnen, eten en drinken.
We zijn ook erg blij met de komst van onze geode vrienden uit Sydney Greg en Tara die in het vliegtuig zijn gestap om een lang weekend met ons te beleven. Bij voorbaat kan het blog later komen vanwegen festiviteiten met onze vrienden.
Lots of love/Groetjes,
Shirley and Mark
Two nights in a magic National Park, near Margaret River, what more could you want? Well of course you could want to go and see the Lighthouse and we did. You could want a walk, and we did. You could want wine and we didn't!
Having been in this area previously we knew where we wanted to head to. First stop the Cape Leeuwin Lighthouse which is south of Augusta. It is the tallest lighthouse on the Australian Mainland. The Lighthouse also has the unique position of ...
... drinking and eating had worn us out and not even a Dougie tea-chaser was going to revitalise us, and so an early evening thirty winks (which turned in to a couple hours sleep) was necessary. We then enjoyed the second half of our bottle of Sauvignon with our creamy cheddar.
On our final day in Gracetown we walked along the highway and sand track to the beach. It was a lovely lazy day and we paddled, sunbathed and enjoyed a spinach and ...
... 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. ...