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... although his banter would be deemed a hate crime in the UK. No one seemed to mind and he prepared a highlight mixture of cashew, white chocolate and coconut liqueurs topped with frothy cream. The chocolate rum was disgusting and we were allowed to help ourselves to samples of anything on the shelf. Their $100 bourbon was particularly good. Not all to personal taste, the wines were excellent, and so was the quantity. We would have liked to see some of the process too but then ...
... for a ride, but it is a little stronger than that, although it may be suitable in this situation) I have to watch a 15 min. video before I am allowed to go. And finally after a few hours of instructions and threats I put my bags in the van and go. Have not driven a manual for a while but it is not too bad. once you learn you don't forget, it is like riding a bike. I do some shopping, because now I have my own kitchen with me and I do not have to share and wonder ...
... in my ears was, "That's not a shark..."
It had always been difficult to spot wild kangaroos. In fact the only time I had seen them was on a golf course of all places. I expected to see a few on the drive down to Margaret River, which we did. The only snag was that they were all dead on the side of the road. We saw about five or six 'roo corpses on the way down. There was one live one in the middle of the road but due to being in charge of the music I missed it as ...
... viewing the goods on offer. Next was the Chocolate Company with such a huge variety of temptations on offer making it impossible to resist, where we left with arm full of delicious goodies. Next to the Chocolate Company was the M R Providore where we indulged sampling chocolate liqueur’s and an endless variety
of sauces, chutneys and olive oils. Once again it was impossible ...
... we've come across in the couple of days we've had to explore the place. The best part is that most of it is empty and untouched. Having heard so much about the mass tourism of the east coast, I think we made the right decision in choosing to head West instead. Just like in Africa and Europe, and completely unintentionally we ended up on the most Southwestern point of the continent. Maybe southwest is where it's at, at least as far Pete and ...
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