Grand Mercure Basildene Manor
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- Breakfast Available
- Refrigerator in room
- Laundry facilities (self serve)
- Non-smoking rooms
- Swimming pool
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... be very popular. Left there next morning and made our way down to caravan park in Gracetown in the Margaret River District. We are leaving here tomorrow (Saturday 8th August) and heading for Albany (if it does not rain as predicted) or else we will go inland again until expected 3 days of rain down the bottom of WA stops. Des has been down 3 of the caves that are along this part of the coast. Yes, we purchased a ticket for me to see ...
... up to Gelorup, just south of Bunbury, to catch up with Ethel and Michael Noonan for lunch. Ethel has just had her second hip replacement 2 weeks ago and is moving remarkably well and looks really well. Michael looks good as ever and very fit for an 82 year old! We met his son Christopher and his wife who happened to call in. PM - we talked all afternoon and at 4:30pm decided we had better get into Bunbury and find ...
On Sunday (12 Apr) there was still no real let up to the almost constant rain / showers / drizzle so we planned to take the 30km drive north to Busselton to visit the weekly beachside Markets. However instead of the markets we ended up meeting my sister Linda and her husband Marc at The Goose Café right alongside the newly refurbished Busselton Jetty. It was great to catch up with them and the big breakfast 'brunch' was delicious!! ...
Today was sprinkling rain, so a great day for shopping and taste testing. Being in a famous wine region, but neither of us being particularly enthusiastic wine drinkers to make it worthwhile, we still found plenty to do. Like the chocolate factory! After breakfast the Margaret River Chocolate Company was our first stop (free chocolate tasting!), followed closely by Margaret River Providore, where there were plenty of different things to sample. We ...
... was fully operational and today it still features the original lens that shines a light that has the intensity of 1 million candles. Each lighthouse beams its own signal so that mariners can work out by looking at their charts which lighthouse they are near. The Cape Leeuwin lighthouse beams a light every 7 .5 seconds which can be seen 47 kilometres away, whereas the lighthouse at Cape Naturaliste beams a light every 2.5 seconds, then another ...