Broadwater Bed & Breakfast
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- Continental Breakfast
- Free High-Speed Internet
- Swimming pool
- Free parking
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... the boys and I do our bloke things such as fishing? She's having a great time reading, walking on the beach amongst other activities. She's very happy, thanks for asking. She is also very understanding of the fact that being a Mum in an all male family has its unique challenges in terms of activities that pleases us all and she loves every minute particularly the looks on her sons' faces as they retell their adventures and fishing tales. Don't get me wrong, Mum gets ...
The next two days were absolutely beautiful, spent on Busselton's gorgeous beach. We invented water cricket (Chris winning dramatically with the last ball of the match and meaning at least one Englishman had won a game of cricket in Australia recently), Sarah went snorkelling with a leaky set of goggles and we took a stroll on Busselton's famous jetty, which is almost two kilometres ...
... I could try some marron (local crustaceans a bit like crayfish) but didn't have the energy to look about, and got diverted by a nice café boasting free internet. I spent a good two hours catching up with email (since it had been a while since I'd had the chance), whilst eating a gourmet beef burger and chips - which was very nice, if a little small! I'd got an email from Dan, who I was going to stay with in Bussleton that night. Helpfully he'd sent me some route suggestions ...
... with catchy names such as Oceanique, Bouvard Forest, Secret Grove, Waikiki.They all have their own shopping centre with a Subway, Red Rooster, Hungry Jack, McDonalds and KFC. Eventually all the cars had turned off into one of the estates and we were able to do some country driving on excellent roads. The landscape is very flat and sandy with uninspiring gardens. Finally arrived at Brusselton and set ...
... the entire hose up each wet season just in case. To tell the whole story I would need a lot more time. Margaret River Jenny came with us and showed us where they camped for some weeks. Jeff threw a line in to see if he could catch a barra.... No luck. We also drove up Mt Claus. Amazing view. Margaret Gorge/River After three hours of extremely rough terrain and only driving 80 kms we arrived at this most beautiful place. John says that this place has been seen by very few, it ...