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It seems like we’ve been asking this question of each other ever
since we sold our business in Dunsborough, WA and decided to go on the
It all started when we received an unsolicited offer for our
management rights resort business in Dunsborough – a beautiful spot in
the WA Margaret River …
... that view and out of the wind! We were supposed to stay out there for ten minutes, but it had been more like fifteen before the guide called the base on her radio to check if there was another tour booked, or if we could stay for a little longer. Oh well, it was worth a try! Back down we went, then read the last of the information boards back on the ground, and checked out the view a couple more times, before heading off just around the corner from ...
... into Christine and Darren along the way as they were enjoying a BBQ near the beach. We called into one of the local wineries, Flametree (our first of many) on the way home. The cellar door and the gardens were very impressive, the wines not so but we did manage to find a dessert wine that we liked enough to take home.
The following day we visited one of the many caves in the area, Ngilgi Cave. Previously known as Yallingup Cave, ...
... back we called in to Yallingup and Smith Beach. We climbed over the rocks and watched the waves for a time. Lyn and Merryn took some sunset photos at one of the rocky lookout spots.
When we returned to the caravan park we were told by a friendly neighbour that there were 100 kilometre per hour winds forecast for the night or the next morning. Thanking him for the weather information we rolled up our awning and prepared for a very windy night /moring.
... the gym, tried kangaroo for the first time and we have bought a car!! A Hyundai assent, it is a bit of a rust bucket but it works fine and we only paid 900 dollars for it which works out at 165 pounds each. It also means we now have a job straight away starting tomorrow! We are going to be working on the vineyards pruning the vines. It counts towards our visa days and hopefully I can save up a bit of cash. We needed the car to be able ...