Forte Leeuwin Apartments
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Travel Blogs from Margaret River
... As we went higher and higher on the steel bridges Grandpa got scared but relaxed as we went down. At 11.00am we went to wood carving gallery were the cafe toasties were rated 5 star by a famous chef and 20 star by me. After lunch we were attempting to get to Margret river but by mistake we drove 60 km the wrong way! When we arrived at ...
... and we chatted about the restaurant and how things are going. For those that are interested and want to, Woody Nook Winery produced a 2007 Cabernet Sauvignon which was proclaimed the worlds best in 2009, winning a silly amount of international awards. There is only a small amount left here in Oz and it is currently priced at around $200 a bottle, but if you go to the Woodcote restaurant in Berkshire, you'll find it offered for around £25!!
... flight away from Asia, but it might as well be on another planet as far as money is concerned. A planet made out of solid gold.
We lost a good 90 minutes at the airport dealing with a completely incapable and yet absolutely indifferent teenage girl managing the Thrifty rental desk before finally riding off in our little right hand drive Toyota Yaris. Yup, we're back to driving on the left side of the road again. It does seem much ...
... beautiful stalactites and stalagmites. On our way back to Two Rocks we stopped first at Cowaramup where there are lots of life size fake cows dressed up stipidly - it was rather amusing. Then we went to Margaret River Chocolate Company - my idea of heaven, Paul you would have loved it! There were free samples and a window where we watched chocolate being made along with a crazy amount of chocolate for sale in every form you can imagine.
... Tree is a majestic, mostly hollow trunk tree (due to either being burnt out through bushfires or eaten out by parasites/funghi. The Treetop Walk in the Valley of the Giants was stunning as was the Circular Pool. Returning to our campsite that night we were spoilt with a close up view of a joey feeding from her mothers pouch – amazing!
We were originally going to spend more time around Walpole but we were desperate for ...