Llewellin'S Guest House
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- Continental Breakfast
- Shuttle bus service
- Room service
- Free High-Speed Internet
- Wheelchair accessibility
- Free parking
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... 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
... alone the vines. Didn't have the camera with me at the time. Doesn't this always happen? The winery was owned by Michael Wright who set his mind on buying a winery and bought 'the Freycinet" in 1991, renaming it the Voyager. At one of the wineries there was a tree with sign of beware of the "drop bears" we had seen these signs before and were wondering what a "drop bear" was. Looking up into the tree was ...
... They are only sheared seven times in their life then are sent to market. Who can eat lamb? Not me for sure. It was feeding time. No, not for the older sheep, this time the precious little lambs. They were so cute. We each had a baby bottle and a lamb to feed. I have never in my life done anything like this. After the lambs were fed we were shown how they pack the wool to be sent off to another country to ...
... Our first stop for the day was Cape Grace Wines, a small winery with a very cute dog. We had a look around the winery and climbed up a ladder into the fermenting buckets filled with juicy red grapes! We were given six tastings of white and red wines - yum! Bernard handed out cheese and biscuits, a perfect mid-morning refreshment! Next we moved onto The Houghton Winery. As we continued with our tastings, this time also trying red and white port, ...
... It’s got rugged coastline where the Southern ocean meets the Indian Ocean and we have enjoyed watching pods of whales slapping/breaching as they migrate south . All this coastline is flanked by the Leeuwin National Park. It’s got surf breaks (viewed from the safety of the beach/headland) plus fit, sun tanned bodies to admire and of course wineries and breweries galore. It’s got olives/olive oil, venison, cheeses to ...