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Travel Blogs from Margaret River
Over the last few weeks we have set aside a day each week to travel around our fantastic region viewing the Cows Parading around the MArgaret River Wine Region. So far a personal favourite is the Eco Rave Cow at Adinfern Winery and of course Free as a Cow known to locals as Roast on a Post! It is in the park at Cowaramup 12kms north of Margaret …
... The only sounds we could hear were that of the birds in the trees and the sheep bleating. So far so good. Then a 4X4 rocked up just behind us and the peace and tranquility we had been enjoying was shattered. Two arrogant looking young girls in dark shades got out and proceeded to take their tent down to a soundtrack of Kings Of Leon. We were treated to almost the whole of the Only By The Night album. Now Jay and I like the Kings Of Leon as much as ...
... be dripped on. With that, I should be lucky for the next year since I was dripped on about 12 times. Lisa mentioned that there must have been a deluge 8 months ago because they've never seen and heard it dripping so much when they've visited before.
We walked to the back of the cave, and there, the guide turned out the lights-all the lights. It was so dark that I couldn't even see my hand right in front of my face. I cannot imagine how people went into the ...
... and about. However, it soon turned out to be not so pleasant. My emotions went on a rollercoaster that drive home as we would go from seeing kangas hopping around to lying dead by the side of the road. It was absolutely heartbreaking to see them just lying there-sometimes bloodied, sometimes not. I guess if you live here and see them constantly, it's no different than seeing any other dead animal on the side of the road. However, for me, it was devastating to ...
... a few wines and then we set off for our next one. In total we visited 4 wineries and then we ended the the afternoon of tasting by visiting a brewery called Cheeky Monkey. You had to pay 4.50 dollars and you could choose 5 different beers or ciders to taste. We decided to get 2 between the 4 of us, they were quite generous tasting sizes. The brewery was also in a great location and we'd had great weather all day with the sun shining. After ...
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