Margaret River Holiday Suites
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... or dirty everything is, like in the backpackers places. Clean pots and pans and clean tea towels are provided for my use only. The first day is exhausting; getting used to driving this thing, the heat, finding out how it all works, and by the end of the day I am ready to drive it of a cliff. The GPS doesn't want to do what I want, the campground is not where it should be. It is too hot, my knees don't like doing the pedal work etc.etc. plenty to complain about. I ...
... when you are at certain points within the cave. When you come to the end you have to cross back over the road that you have just walked under whilst in the cave. Quite surreal! The second we visited was lake cave, this cave is smaller in size but was by far my favourite. This is done with a tour guide. There is just one narrow walkway in the cave as the rest is water, hence the name. There is the only suspended table in a public cave in the world ...
... us her best impression of Daniel Ricardo in the Italian Grandprix. We were delighted to see Emu and Kangaroos running free in the meadows along the highway. Marlene missed them all!
Our final destination was the Town of Walpole and the Tree Tops Motel. By 6.00 pm it was dark and as we walked to the local hotel for dinner it was eerily quiet. Not a soul, no cars, just us and an almost full moon.
... 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 ...
... like peak hour traffic at times around us.
We spent our time primarily at camp during this busy period with a daily walk along some of the tracks or around the camping areas viewing some of the embassies (camp set ups) and we rarely ventured out for a drive due to nearby locations being hectically crowded. We also spent time completing some of those outstanding ...