Loaring Place Bed & Breakfast
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- Continental Breakfast
- Non-smoking hotel
- Free High-Speed Internet
- Refrigerator in room
- High-speed internet in room
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On Sunday (12 Apr) there was still no real let up to the almost constant rain / showers / drizzle so we planned to take the 30km drive north to Busselton to visit the weekly beachside Markets. However instead of the markets we ended up meeting my sister Linda and her husband Marc at The Goose Café right alongside the newly refurbished Busselton Jetty. It was great to catch up with them and the big breakfast 'brunch' was delicious!! ...
... our location. It was agreed that we we should go and see the lighthouse at the very end of Cape Natraliste. The lighthouse was built in 1903 with the lantern and clockwork mechanism was manufactured in Birmingham. There were 3 shifts of lighthouse keepers that kept a round the clock vigil. The light was made automatic in 1978 and the last lighthouse keeper left in 1996. It begs the question what on earth was ...
... honey, mango sauce, raspberry sauce, vanilla and cinnamon sauce... And of course the delicious chocolate liqueurs! Taking a break from food tasting for a while, we went to Eagles Heritage Wildlife Centre, in time to wander around some cages before the afternoon "free flight" session. The wildlife centre started as a rehabilitation centre for raptors, and eventually opened a section to the public, showing birds who are unable to be released, ...
... pickte ons op om 1000 uur. We bezochte wijgaard naar wijngaard. Het was een heuse belevenis.
We eindigde in de "Duckstein" Brewery wat super gezellig was, in de tour ontmoete we erg leuke zuid afrikananen die de hele middag met ons optrokken.
Morgen vliegen Tara en Greg terug naar Sydney.
Lots of love/Groetjes,
Shirley and Mark
... Such a lovely couple we spent quite a bit of time chatting to them. They had us in fits of laughter at some of the insights into the Australian population and habits as they have found in the last seven months. The washing story really had us thinking and agreeing. According to them the bloke barley has the van unhitched and the washing is out. They couldn't work out how it was done until they discovered that women have washing machines in their vans. Now these two are ...