Prospect Villa Bed and Breakfast
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- Refrigerator in room
- Free parking
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... the kids swam in the resort pool, then
had a quiet evening. We gave Gran-Nan another call (face-time video) and it sounded like she had had a frantic day with lots of visitors. The kids all
watched “The Croods” movie in the games room, whilst the parents had a quiet
kid-free chat and cheese and crackers at Chris’ caravan, which was very
pleasant and relaxing. Then an early
night. A fun, relaxing day for us all.
... and the vineyards very picturesque. The cellar doors are all set in beautiful lakeside gardens. The local produce is delicious. We were especially taken with the venison salami and the wine wasn't too bad either. The kookaburras in the caravan park were very friendly and one tried to join us for a drink. We are now in Busselton which is a very pretty coastal town with great walkways and laid back feel. All that will change tomorrow when 1100 odd athletes compete in the ...
... the ocean. Even though we had taste tested a lot of wines the previous day there were a couple of wineries that we had driven past that we were keen to visit because their grounds and buildings looked pretty impressive The pick of them was the winery owned and run by Dianne Laurence. Everything about this winery was first class. The exposed beams were once jetty pylons in Sydney Harbour and were shipped across by road, ...
... took one of the walking trails around the point. It was stunning with wildflowers and blue ocean as far as you could see, we even saw a few whales splashing in the distance. Then it was time for a coffee so we headed to the café at Bunker Beach - yet another stunning spot. This area is blessed with some wonderful pristine beaches.
In the afternoon we relaxed at the campsite, went for a stroll along the beachfront and then spent our evening fishing from the ...
Before Christmas and after the New Year we were welcomed into the home of Ian, Nicki, Will and Annie (their dog). We parked our van in their backyard and were made to feel like part of their family. We had met the Webster family whilst at Ned's Camp at Cape Range and kept in touch during our travels. Aahh it was so nice to be in a home, with great company, running hot water, unlimited power , a real chair and table to eat at, a ...
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