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... I have Glenna catching up with the washing (I have given her a glass of wine to dull the pain!) and we have a busy day tomorrow visiting wineries and of course tasting their wares.
Oh! I forgot to mention, blue skies all day and temperature in the 30's although there was smoke haze in places caused by a very major fire not too far from where we are burning over a 200 km front (the largest they have ever had in this area)
... moment: they are such great fun, lovely company that we will miss when we have to go our separate ways! After getting thrashed around in the WA surf we hit the Caves House Hotel in Yallingup for a nice pub meal in beautiful hilly surroundings, walking to the beach after tea and watching the sun set so beautifully once again over the Indian ...
Busselton is 55 kilometres south of Bunbury and is one of the earliest settlements in WA. In 1832, the Bussells, Malloys and other settlers applied for grants of land. The town was named after the Bussells family. Busselton soon became a leading port and by 1850 timber was exported and the town prospered. A 2 kilometre jetty was built becoming the longest in the Southern Hemisphere. Woke up to pouring ...
... we fancied a pint of cool lager and ale. We were actually disappointed with our purchases, particularly at $10 a pint. Chris's tasted too gassy and Sarah's was too hoppy and flat for her.
We had shared our trip with a small bunch of other travellers and Australians, particularly enjoying the day with an Irish couple who were living and working in Perth and who also enjoyed a good drink!
We were then dropped back at the campsite. Our ...
After setting up camp we ventured across the road to the Caves Hotel, where a night market was set up. What a fantastic idea being able to parouze around the market with a beer in hand, particularly because they sold Little Creatures pale ale! It was a very cute little night market with jewellery and nick-nak stalls, many having travelled from nearby Dunsborough. We were actually very restrained and didn't get a beer in, but ventured back to the campsite to cook up ...