Llewellin'S Guest House
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- Shuttle bus service
- Continental Breakfast
- Free High-Speed Internet
- Wheelchair accessibility
- Free parking
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... shop" where we bought lots of licorice and lots of lollies. Tasted lots of chutneys, sauces, oils and Dukka spices. Went to a couple of wineries to sample some wines before we headed back to the van, some wines were delicious but then again some not so. There are many first rate winemakers in Margaret River and there are a few who don't open to the public and are ...
... one stalagmite that looks like the Karri forest above, so nature imitating nature. It was really cool. The cave was quite large and the different types and styles of straws, stalactites, stalagmites and flow stones, which were all amazing and spectacular! At the end as we were walking out, Cambell pointed out to Alan one stalagmite that looked like the Bungle Bungle's, so again nature imitating nature. Cambell then told him he can now call ...
... farm, which was nestled amongst the picturesque hills, and about 10 minutes out of Margaret River. Cost per night was $28. The farm encompasses a beautiful secret valley, hidden from the outside world and at this time of year it is oh so green.
The boys lit the fire outside the camp kitchen and we had a drink there with two other couples from Alexandra in Victoria before ...
Snorkelling in clear aqua water alongside the coral reef At Yallingup. The kids also had a day surfing with Josh Pamenteer ( x ASP surfing pro ) who befriended us whilst we were at Marg river. His best friend was the surfer Nicky Woods so took us under his wing. Took Oli and Tom surfing on the reef. Great ...
... This leads me to the second unforgettable event of the week.
Reto and Jasmine are sitting in front of their camper minding their own business, an hour or so before having a combined dinner together, when this NZ dude rocks up asking if they liked rock-lobster... Who doesn't? I overheard the conversation and ran to their rescue. The guy had 2 decent sized rock-lobsters he had just caught and was looking at offloading them. You see he ...