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... even if the fish did avoid us on the day.
At least we were lucky enough to see some stingrays at Hamelin Bay and topped the day’s activities with a campfire cooked roast for tea with a freshly baked damper.
We were still seated around the camp fire, enjoying its warmth come 9 pm when we finished off the day with another piece of Tim’s birthday cake.
... and eventually the desert turned into dry pine forest. Forest broken up only by the neatly planted rows of olive trees and grapes that make up Western Australian wine country.
Outside of the wineries, a good portion of the area, including the coastline has been designated as national park land keeping it wild and beautiful. Jagged cliffs, sheltered white sand bays, crashing surf, pods of dolphins and wild birds are just some of ...
Its been a week of many ups and downs but I'm glad to say the week has ended on a high:):) I have to say I am a bit sad to be leaving Margaret River. It is such a chilled out life and such a beautiful town:) I have had such a good laugh with the italians that moved in and they are so nice that they organised a leaving dinner tonight:) Alesso makes amazing food and taught me how to make yummy bruschetta and a spinach and ...
So today we got up early and went to Dunsborough for Breakfast afterwards we hit a few beautiful locations... Eagle bay and Bunker Bay followed by various wineries sampling there delights! I loved it as I have never been wine tasting before and the ports were pretty bloody awesome!!
After that we just relaxing by the beautiful gardens drinking the amazing beer that Aus has to offer!!! ...
... as a bush tucker lunch (yes we both tried whichety grubs, kangaroo and crocadile).We also stopped at the pukura estate (from where we already owned vinegar and oil) and the margret river chocolate shop. Andy visited the bootleg brewery while Emily went to one last winery.Having had a busy day we are planning to head to the resturant at the hotel this evening for a slightly more refined meal before a bit more pampering ...