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... Giants' caves that we had heard were the least touristy of the many spots you could choose from. It took about an hour to get through to a depth of about 30 stories down. We were the only ones down there and we turned our flashlights off and man oh man was it ever black! We had ladders to climb, ropes to use and a rock climb and even though it was nice and cool we were sweating! It was really great! ...
... displays to accentuate different areas, and even turning the lights off all together at one point. After a long walk back up through the cave and the many stairs, we headed back out, ready to find camp for the night. We'd planned on staying at Conto Field campgrounds in the Leeuwin-Naturaliste National Park, but were very surprised to find signs saying that they were closed due to fire risk. We double checked the fire alerts on the internet, but couldn't ...
... warned us not to mention Umpa Lumpas, or face plant the freebies and we had a strict fifteen minute time limit, we did circuits of the free chocolate buttons. A little sick we headed off to make it worse at the cheese factory. We finished off some samples on the counter and their yogurt but were a little underwhelmed. We finished our day with a good old offensive Aussie and a dog called Rabies. The Grove makes liqueurs and bourbon. The host is just the right side ...
... a singalong. As you can imagine some of us felt reasonably jaded but Kerry insisted we go for a walk into town and back. I started writing my blog and got this familiar feeling in my stomach. Ah OH! Consider what went into our tummy's today. White wine, red wine, followed by more white wine and more red wine, bread and olive oils, and bread and vinegars and duhkah followed by more white wine and red wine and then along came the crocodile, emu, beef, ...
... jacksonii is a giant amongst the eucalypts growing up to 75m. Its huge buttressed trunk has a girth of 24 metres and is believed to be over 400 years old. We continued our trek east towards Denmark stopping for a sweet break at the Toffee & Cider Factory, renowned for selling one of Australia's biggest and best icecream cones. I chose raspberry and Jon, the owner, placed frozen raspberries in the noisy icecream machine, followed by vanilla icecream ...
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