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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
... 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 ...
... 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 ...
... drinking and eating had worn us out and not even a Dougie tea-chaser was going to revitalise us, and so an early evening thirty winks (which turned in to a couple hours sleep) was necessary. We then enjoyed the second half of our bottle of Sauvignon with our creamy cheddar.
On our final day in Gracetown we walked along the highway and sand track to the beach. It was a lovely lazy day and we paddled, sunbathed and enjoyed a spinach and ...
... up over our boots), we walked up the headland and just turned into the most delightfully sheltered campsite, with a magnificent grove of trees (probably melaleucas) and not too far from a water source. Not a designated campsite, but a lovely one!
Not seen one other soul on the track today.
At Bob's Hollow, walking under a series of limestone ...