Margaret River Holiday Suites
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... beaches and crystal clear blue waters. After getting a few snaps at the viewpoint we made our way down Caves Road, past an endless amount of wineries and breweries to Margaret River. Of course we had to stop off at a few on the way, and take them up on their free tasting. Our conclusion, we prefer the £7 5L box of Fruity Gordo and Dolce Bianca, to their fresh home grown vineyard $50 bottles. Still got the ...
... some days you can actually see the waves from the different sides breaking against each other, which would be amazing to see! Time for the lighthouse tour! The lovely lady who led the tour stopped after every level or two to give us more information, and a rest. I'm sure she runs the tour at least a few times a day, but she was getting short of breath too, and was doing a great job to keep talking instead of just puffing like me! We finally reached ...
... an ever growing box of food that's too expensive to leave when we do. We were headed back to Perth. We stopped at a new housing estate still under construction. There's valuable building materials sitting on the drive and windows and doors left open when the builders knock off for the day. The plant hasn't got temporary tin windows and there's no worry of the boiler being taken for its scrap value or the expensive stone ending up in someone else's driveway. That's nice isn't it. ...
... Fremantle and Port Aderlaide that were playing) so headed back to our caravan. Sunday: The weather today has deteriorated from yesterday, with cloudy skies and light rain. Today we are going on a wine tour. This was courtesy of the people we helped out in the Bungles, a few weeks ago. We helped,them change their flat tyre and they were so appreciative that they invited us to join them on a wine tour, (they operate a wine tour company "Taste The ...
... they were so interested and asked a lot of questions and the man got them at times to help out. We went outside to watch the dog herd in some sheep and another dog helped to move them to a corral. He said the dogs worked on instant. All the sheep have colored tags stapled on their ears to tell how old they are. Each a different color from one year to seven years old. Sheep has a life span of around ten ...