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... ever seen scream from the trees like a tortured baby. There's little to see and with the cruise control on, and my sidekick asleep it was hard not to nod off. We passed through Cowaramup where 42 fibreglass cows advertise local business. Great at marketing itself the town set a world record for the most people dressed as cows this year. A single golden cow sits on top of a giant pillar representing the coat of arms of a local vineyard - they're called winery's here. The ...
... try before I buy, so now is the chance... I booked myself a manual, the only option, a hightop for 3- if you try you need to do it properly. the first thing that annoyed me was the agency Travellers Autobarn I hired it from. So many rules and regulations and insurances and signatures and having to check this and that every day that made me want to change my mind right there and then. Check oil and water every day?! Who, with a decent car needs to do that?. Check ...
... we had to head home as both of us were back to work in the evening but not before visiting one of MR most popular destinations; the chocolate factory. This place is amazing, although I had hoped it would be a little more like willy wonkas chocolate factory. There is a viewing glass area where you can see the chocolatiers working in the kitchen, there are free samples of chocolate buttons to try, and a cafe as well. It is very expensive though! At the ...
... we were so tired that I almost fell asleep. Anyway the population of Margaret River is 12.600 and it is famous for the wineries. No wonder Grandpa and Daddy wanted to stop here. Today we drove 377 km (We aren't counting the 120 km in the wrong direction and back again ) In total we have driven 4061km on the trip. We might add the other Km ...
... nothing is going to beat his lunch of slow cooked crispy pork ribs. After two hours relaxing on the beach, the wind and subsequent sand burn got all too much and we pushed on to Simmo's, an ice cream parlour and apparently an institution!
One last stop off at Busselton Jetty, the longest wooden jetty in the Southern Hemisphere, stretching almost 2km to sea. An awesome introduction to the wonders of ...