Forte Leeuwin Apartments
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... in a pint (an imperial one), a schooner (450 ml), a half, pot or midi (285 ml), a pony or glass (200 ml) We had five pony's, we needed a knife and fork for the dark stuff while the rest was just OK. Five Brits from Surrey (mother father, daughter and son in law) introduced us to sip sip pass - more glug glug, burp, pass. They're here for their emigrated daughters wedding. We repeated the mornings tastings at Tassleton Winery before heading to Margaret River Chocolate ...
... it goes out. Eventually, the firelighters are located in a totally different place than they should have been and before much longer we have a great fire burning. With the fire burning and the chairs set up, we settle in for a drink before dinner, but that all ends when the rain comes and we have to move inside. Our night of sitting by the fire has come to an end, so with no heating in the van, there's no option than to get into bed to keep ourselves ...
... to have brightened up and we headed down to Margaret River. This turned out to be another six hour drive. Along the way we stopped off at the Valley of the Giants to see the tingle trees in Treetop Walk. "Tingle tree?" you ask? My reply and constant refrain on the walk, "That's a big ass tree!" I'm starting to get an inadequacy complex here, everything here is that much bigger and 'badder' than everywhere else. It's all reminiscent of the scene in Crocodile Dundee ...
Went down to Augusta today and went as far as you could to the light house. But again had to pay to walk around it so a photo had to do. On the way back from the light house the was a rocky bay with an old water wheel. On the way back we came along Caves Road that runs 110ks through the national park. We stopped at Hamelin Bay and walked around the bay. By the boat ramp there were 2 stingrays And Ted managed to touch ...
... that we've done it a couple of times but there still was a period of readjustment on the first day. And even after all the kilometers racked up on the wrong side of the road, I still can't teach myself to look right left right instead of left right left when crossing the street on foot...
The three hour drive to Margaret River was hot. The straight road shot across shrubby deserts and scorched farmlands. Further south, trees became ...