Inn the Tuarts Guest Lodge Busselton
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... but despite just having arrived from Northern Hemisphere winter in the middle of Southern Hemisphere summer, Tanya was cold and we headed back to the house soon after the sun had set. Uni managed to discover some discarded potato chips strewn in the grass, and also nearly ate a bait fish attached to a hook attached to the end of a fishing line, but disaster was averted just in time.
The following morning of December 27th we started out on a week-long trek ...
... of the four
wheel drive!!! Some showers of rain on the way back to Busselton. Paul made
good time of the long drive, getting back about 7 pm. After dinner, very
tired, Paul and I watched another edition of the DVD All the Rivers Run.
Kevin driver today, we set off to nearby Eagle Bay, then the lighthouse at
cape Naturaliste. Paul mis-read the sign, and said we were going on a walk
to the lighthouse, they ...
... I'm still scared of loosing all contact with shops! Silly really as I'm back in town in two days! I'm so used to be around shops it like a security blanket How would I survive on an isolated farm without ant shops close buy? Would u go nuts or would I eventually loose that feeling of buying a pair of heels? I wonder Well guys this is my third house sit ( second farm) Back into civilisation and then I'm off to Bankok ( I'm writing a blog on that city when I get their) Happy ...
... you can walk to Cape Naturaliste Lighthouse, which is a two kilometre walk along the coast. Once again, as it was raining, we decided not to do the walk.
We were only scheduled to stay here for two nights, yet due to the wet weather restricting our movements, we have now booked here for another night. That gives us tomorrow for further exploring. Let's hope the rain stops.
... landcrusiers running through the dunes. It was quite fun, the red sand held the vehicles up really well, with plenty of fun!! The drive finished at a desert camp with a traditional meal and Arabic dancing! Belly dancing and a guy that continuously spinning spinning spinning, with lights and all ! The night finished late as we where returned to the ...