Margaret River Bed And Breakfast
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- Hot tub
- Non-smoking rooms
- Free High-Speed Internet
- Continental Breakfast
- Wireless internet connection in public areas
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... and this morning he's fine. We had a few places recommended to us so set off to explore just a little bit too early. But we found Yahava coffee (Hebrew for gift the delightful young man informed us) open where we could sample 3 coffees for free and learn all about them.It was great and Terry especially enjoyed it. I didn't drink all we were given as it was a bit stronger than my usual quarter strength. When I mentioned I liked cream on top ...
... to Margaret River town today. Quite a thriving place with both Coles and Woolworths, lots of restaurants and surf shops. I guess this area also caters for visitors as there are many wineries and some good surfing beaches along this stretch of coast. Lots of accommodation. Oh, did I mention that about 20klms prior to getting into the suburbs of Perth we started to see paddocks full of Grass Trees (used to be called black boys) As ...
... The only downside to the catch-up was, that by the time we had finished eating and chatting and wandered down to the markets they were in the process of packing up…..Oh Bugger!!
After farewelling Linda and Marc we took a drive past the caravan park that we’ll be staying at in Busselton (from tomorrow) and bumped into Peter and Cheryl who were also staying there (we first met them back in Denmark) we spent ...
... 8 Apr) we were awoken by what at first I assumed was drunken Bogans burping / ******* etc as part of their morning wake up ritual, but what was in fact a huge thunderstorm and some reasonable rain as well. It cleared by mid-morning when we ventured out to Hamelin Bay (which is apparently famous for its resident stingrays) however given we discovered on arrival that it is within a National Park (and we had the pooch with us) we ...
... nays and Cabs from Leeuwin, Cullen, Howard Park and Driftwood. The chocolate was nothing special, the olive oil was OK but the wines, especially the Cabs and Cab blends were spectacular. The medium oaked C******nays were exceptional as well even if I am usually not a fan of C******nays. We also had a sumptuous lunch at the Knee Deep Winery.
We are packing up flying to Singapore tomorrow. ...