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... around town but it was all pretty quiet. Upon discovery of the Cape Leeuwin lighthouse, Lochlan dans I decided to do the last tour of the day. We licked upon a terrific tour guide who loved the lighthouse with great passion for this 120 year old beauty. We climbed to the very top - 132 steps and enjoyed the views BUT NOT THE WIND. I WAS ...
... father rejected his proposal he married another women but still named the settlement after Margaret - peadophilia and religion, who'd of guessed. It's now the wine making capital of the west. The long roads disappear into mirages over subtle hills and dead kangaroos sit beneath the yellow signs warning you of wildlife. We haven't yet seen a live one. The bush is thick, and yellow and orange, the tree bark is still charred with the black of the last wildfire. The biggest ravens ...
... is where the rock that grows from the top and bottom of the cave joins together forming a column, the water then erodes the underneath and it breaks away, leaving a column hanging in the air with a big gap underneath - very cool to see! Whilst you are in the cave, they also turn off all the lighting and show you what it would have been like for the first people that discovered the cave. You literally could not see your hand in front of your face. Very very eery. ...
... As we went higher and higher on the steel bridges Grandpa got scared but relaxed as we went down. At 11.00am we went to wood carving gallery were the cafe toasties were rated 5 star by a famous chef and 20 star by me. After lunch we were attempting to get to Margret river but by mistake we drove 60 km the wrong way! When we arrived at ...
... touring around a selection of great wineries and other alcohol producing establishments. Linda from New Zealand was our tour guide and she was fantastic. Her enthusiasm and knowledge was brilliant and made the day such a success. After picking up a few other people, we had a full minibus and we headed off. Our first stoop was at the Evans Tate winery and featured an introduction on how to taste wine. We were all encouraged to use phrases like ...