Hilltop Studios Margaret River
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... honey, mango sauce, raspberry sauce, vanilla and cinnamon sauce... And of course the delicious chocolate liqueurs! Taking a break from food tasting for a while, we went to Eagles Heritage Wildlife Centre, in time to wander around some cages before the afternoon "free flight" session. The wildlife centre started as a rehabilitation centre for raptors, and eventually opened a section to the public, showing birds who are unable to be released, ...
... displays to accentuate different areas, and even turning the lights off all together at one point. After a long walk back up through the cave and the many stairs, we headed back out, ready to find camp for the night. We'd planned on staying at Conto Field campgrounds in the Leeuwin-Naturaliste National Park, but were very surprised to find signs saying that they were closed due to fire risk. We double checked the fire alerts on the internet, but couldn't ...
We arriveerde in Cape Leeuwin en deden een audio tour rond de vuurtoren. Natuurlijk waren het de nederlanders die hier eerst waren vandaar de naam "Leeuwin". Het is een wilde punt waar mensen in isolement leefde voor de laatste 120 jaar. Dit is de corner waar de Indische oceaan en de Zuidelijk oceaan elkaar ontmoeten. De twee kleuren water zijn zo verschillend...groen vs blauw,
Na de tour genoten we van lunch in Augusta een ...
... dry wit. Next stop a cheese and yogurt tasting of which I had too many. Maybe that was the downfall and then onto chocolate with a good coffee. I brought some white chocolate rocky road for later, (in about a month!). Then our last stop for the day was a pub where we had a tray of boutiques beers to try. It was getting cold by then and so the beer was not so easy to drink. Time to head back to base so Tony turned the music up loud on the bus so we could ...
... we went out for lunch at a winery which was recommended by Kathy, Hayshed Hill, and wow what fantastic food and wine. We had 'octopus with white anchovies and smoked potatoes with chorizo dressing' to start, 'swordfish in a delicate curry sauce with black rice', and 'paella with eel in a tortilla' as our mains. Yum, yum, yum. Nothing makes me happier than finding amazing food that I couldn't cook better at home. Thanks Kathy. She also directed us to the ...