River Trails Retreat
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... with Amelia and I might end up in the lock-up for the night. Next time Em can shop and I'll stay safely in the car!
We decided to take the kids into one of the many cave tours down this way and our choice was the Jewel Cave down near Augusta. That was a fantastic experience for the kids and us alike to go down 250 steps into the Earth and learn about the make-up of a cave system . We saw a possum skeleton that was 500 years old and learned that the ...
... sand dunes and negotiated a few water crossings. I managed to have wet shoes a couple of days but they didn't cause too many problems. I did get a blister from my hiking boots that I hadn't worn for awhile. I should have walked in them more just before the walk. I'll know next time. We decided against crossing the Margaret River at Prevelly and did the detour walk around it as it was quite deep. We drove down to check it out and there was quite a current and the ...
... from Cape Naturaliste to Cape Leeuwin. Again I betelieve these were named after French ships or explorers from the early days. By day's end the sun was shinning and we are hopeful that the rain is over, at least for the moment. Again thank you to Pat for welcoming us into her home. We are really enjoying her homemade Anzac cookies that she packed for us. I'll be asking for that recipe to take home with ...
... precinct, while we were in town.
26.2.15 Denmark After packing up we travelled 53km to Denmark. It was a long weekend in WA, so finding somewhere to stay after Denmark was proving difficult. Because of that we decided to spend 5 nights in Denmark. The small caravan park was 2km from town and set in the bush beside the river, home to about 30 resident wild ducks. There were more ducks than people staying. Our time was ...
... stalagmite ones in Slovenia but the tour is only self guided where they take you into the caves and from there you can explore solo on the laid out pathways. The caves have a significant meaning/purpose to the aboriginal peoples of australia.... I forget what it is.. But i do remember that honeymooners also used the cave when they were recently married as a romantic place. Although to be honest even with candles i can't imagine the caves being that romantic, they are beautiful and if ...