Loaring Place Bed & Breakfast
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- Continental Breakfast
- Non-smoking rooms
- Wireless internet connection in room (free)
- Non-smoking hotel
- Free High-Speed Internet
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Travel Blogs from Margaret River
... deserted so about 3-4kms in we decided to strip down and go for a refreshing skinny dip. The water was fairly cold but it was nearing the middle of the day so we welcomed the cool water. Suitably refreshed we dried ourselves, got our clothes back on and continued the long slog along the sand. We met a couple going the opposite way who had been doing the trek over the last 6 days. The next 4-5km were again hard work, we both took our shoes off and ...
... Park. We spent two nights in this lovely spot, only 16 campsites each one separated by natural bushland. Unfortunately it was far to windy for fishing, until the day we left. However we did manage an interesting bush walk to the lookout, overlooking the Inlet. The Inlet is not open to ocean very often, however it has become a breading ground for black bream.
20.2.15 Our next stop was Bremer Bay, a small fishing ...
... of $25 per day you pay the first $ 2500 damage yourself and you are not insured for broken wind screens. There are a lot of kangaroos on the road this time of year, so it is worth taking the extra insurance. ( Sure, I have traveled about10.000 km in Australia now and have not seen one kangaroo yet, a few dead wallabies on the road, but they are quiet small and don't do much damage to cars, especially when you have bull bars on the bumpers). So, no thanks. ...
... drive up the highway to pick up Marlene and yours truly. We just sat on a bench and advised the visitors that it was only five minutes, a gentle walk, downhill on a paved path to the Falls!
We enjoyed a pleasant lunch in Pemberton and then drove through miles of Kari Forest on a twisting, turning, two lane highway with a speed limit of 110 kph. Marlene had taken over the driving by this time and ...
... to have brightened up and we headed down to Margaret River. This turned out to be another six hour drive. Along the way we stopped off at the Valley of the Giants to see the tingle trees in Treetop Walk. "Tingle tree?" you ask? My reply and constant refrain on the walk, "That's a big ass tree!" I'm starting to get an inadequacy complex here, everything here is that much bigger and 'badder' than everywhere else. It's all reminiscent of the scene in Crocodile Dundee ...