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... be sprouting in the middle of the fields. Quite a sight is all this water.
We decided to head to one of several different camps. The first one we were to try was Alexander Bridge. We pulled in for a look see and really liked what we saw. Brad and Denise had told us of this spot back in 2011 but it was so crowded then and we were turned off the idea. This time, though, there is only a few campers.
Our campspot is right on the edge of the Blackwood River. Perfect.
We had booked to go on the Lake Cave tour at 9:30am, so we were up and at 'em early this morning. It takes about half an hour to drive to Lake Cave from Margaret River township. Lake cave, as it's name suggests has a small lake inside it. There is a boardwalk taking you through the cave and over the little lake. Like Jewel cave, Lake cave is spectacular! The way they had it lit up made it absolutely beautiful! To get into the cave, you have to go down through a large open ...
... see the Milky Way. This was because there was no big towns nearby. If you turned a torch on near your face you won't see as many stars. Chocolate Factory We also went to a big chocolate factory. It had free entry and free chocolate bud tasting it had a big collection of chocolate bars, rocky road, giant freckles and chocolate pasta. Random fact 1: Reinforced concrete was invented by the Germans prior to ...
... a good bunch of people on the bus. We met 3 of the competitors from the Iron Man Even in Busselton on Sunday. This was obviously part of their recovery as they are taking a month off from their training. There was also a couple of paramedics from Bedford, UK, small world! Next stop was the Venison Farm, luckily this wasn't too much about the meat processing. It was like a farm shop with ...
... were blasting through the rock nearly taking Jay's pink thong away. I just managed to grab it in time. Phew, it was close! With all thongs accounted for we flip flopped back to the camper van. After a spot of lunch we headed into Augusta to have a mooch around and drove back alongside the river. Augusta is a lovely picturesque place. Once back at the caravan park we chilled out for the rest of the day. ...
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