Margaret River Chalets
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... ups in canoes floating along the water, but then we couldn't see the river and there was just trees and shrubs. There wasn't even a single animal or flower to see, nothing, so that's why I thought that it was boring! The only non boring thing was that the grown-up let me play in the trees and go climbing, really high at one point, over the water! It was very good that I didn't fall in!
Till next time... ...
... viewing the goods on offer. Next was the Chocolate Company with such a huge variety of temptations on offer making it impossible to resist, where we left with arm full of delicious goodies. Next to the Chocolate Company was the M R Providore where we indulged sampling chocolate liqueur’s and an endless variety
of sauces, chutneys and olive oils. Once again it was impossible ...
... case I decide to strangle it during the meal. I broke another piece and this time carried it right over to the second bird. Stretching out its neck, it gently grabbed it out of my hand and hopped away. These guys may be wild, but this was obviously not their first hand feeding, so I introduced them to Harry to break the ice further. It turns out stuffed sheep and parrots get along just fine.
Two days ago, we boarded our Air Asia flight ...
... watched several exotic birds going about their business. Very chilled!
# Then out to dine at the Muster Grill and Wine Bar in "town" (having booked a table the night before) and dined on lamb with a rather lovely bottle of 2008 Tassell Park Petit Verdot from the Margaret River, perhaps my all-time favourite single grape variety. It was gorgeous! :-)
# We leave Margaret River tomorrow to head into central Perth for an overnight stop.
... the way home we managed to stop at "Swings and roundabouts" winery for a little tasting and a bottle of sauvioion blanc/semmilon. We also stopped at the Eagle bay brewery for coffe and desert before making it back to the hotel.
We are currently chilling in the hotel getting ready for a BBQ sausage dinner with local bread and a garlic jelly we picked up earlier today. Then for a fun eveing of packing before a couple more days of travelling.