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... the people who were trying to walk on the jetty. Other than that, it's a really nice spot. It was a bit windy and cool the day we did it, so the underwater observatory wasn't open (the ocean was too murky), but still worth the walk. We also had a walk around the foreshore, which they have obviously spent a lot of money on. It's really nice. ...
... Our first stop for the day was Cape Grace Wines, a small winery with a very cute dog. We had a look around the winery and climbed up a ladder into the fermenting buckets filled with juicy red grapes! We were given six tastings of white and red wines - yum! Bernard handed out cheese and biscuits, a perfect mid-morning refreshment! Next we moved onto The Houghton Winery. As we continued with our tastings, this time also trying red and white port, ...
... br> Gas, water and electricity , turned off in the van, Glenda and I went to the
laundry in the 'van park,,this one, an honour system, $2 down the Shute (
pipe) Telstra rang,,and spent ages trying to convince me to update our
plan...Paul got back, and said he'd speak to,them next week. He, and Kevin
finished the repairs, a huge saving! Quite pleased with their work.
Decided to,go to our first visit to,the,lovely Laurence winery ...
... favourites the green and red Kangaroo Paws are still in abundance.
We followed a sign to Lake Clifton which is a freshwater lake with no access to the sea in which there are Thrombolites growing. These are another ancient form of very basic life much the same as the Stromatolites that we have encountered as far north as Hamlin Pools but unlike those that grow in highly salty sea water these grow in fresh water but ...
... did so and said it was fabulous. We took our portable gas cookers up to a lookout (can't remember the name). We cooked prawns and barramundi for us all except maryanne who had little boys as she doesn't eat seafood. Awesome food and a couple of drinks. Great time had by all. We had to cross a really rocky river crossing to get there but it was so worth it, amazing view of the El Questro homestead where all the rich people stay (around$2000per night). I think for me El Questro ...
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