Forte Leeuwin Apartments
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Day 1 of the Cape to Cape - Cape Leeuwin to Hamelin Bay
Walking Start time: 7:40am
Walking Finish Time: 3:10pm
Approx Time on Trail: 7.5 hours
The day started at the Margaret River Hotel at 6am.
We left the hotel at first light and drove straight down to Augusta for breakfast arriving at the bakery for the 7:00am opening time. We drove on to the Cape Leeuwin Lighthouse and parked outside the gate. There were ...
We can't believe that it has been almost a month since we have been in touch via the Blog. We are enjoying the ability to stop and spend time in places that we haven't been able to stop in the past because we were on a strict time frame. We are also spending time in places we have been to before, where where wanted to spend more time looking around.
18.2.15 After leaving Esperance we travelled 81km to Stokes Inlet in the ...
... up in Busselton, a seaside town with a 1.8km long jetty with a little toy-like train on it and at the end an observatory 8m. deep into the sea, where you can see the fish swim in the wild withouthaving to go for a dive. Coral is growing on the poles and it is beautiful and peaceful. Of course I have forgotten to bring my camera. The information centre here tells about the first explorers, who again were Dutch. Everywhere around Australia it tells about these people, ...
... drive up the highway to pick up Marlene and yours truly. We just sat on a bench and advised the visitors that it was only five minutes, a gentle walk, downhill on a paved path to the Falls!
We enjoyed a pleasant lunch in Pemberton and then drove through miles of Kari Forest on a twisting, turning, two lane highway with a speed limit of 110 kph. Marlene had taken over the driving by this time and ...
... 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 ...