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Travel Blogs from Margaret River
... clouds gathered together and a torrential onslaught of rain and wind began. It didn't stop raining all day. We had no choice but to cosy up in the camper van getting buffeted by the wind and thrashed by the rain. All was good until about half ten when a Harley Davidson roared into the campsite and soon after the deep bass thud of music started up. This went on for ages. Inconsiderate *******s. ...
... to behold. As we were leaving the picture spot, we noticed a 60s era van parked nearby. It had colorful window coverings, and it even had its own "herb" garden growing in the dashboard.
Our first official stop was Hamelin Bay, which is known for being home to thousands of stingrays. Before we even got in the car, they told me that if I put my feet in the water, the rays would swim right up to me. While walking to the beach, I happened to glance up and ...
Bike riding through puddle
Eating black forest chocolate (the best chocolate flavour)
Watching a movie
Watching the waves crash over the rocks in the storm
Camping at Willow Springs
Having a shower in our shower tent with hot water from off the fire
Making a cake with pheebz
Eating the cake
Riding my bike with pheebz through ...
... stating he would swim with the stingrays. Unfortunately when we arrived at Hamelin Bay and Martin had dressed to his speedo's I reminded him that these creatures do have a poisonous barb and all deaths recorded in Australia and actually the world have been by a strike of the stingray to the heart , Martin was initially not fazed at my statement so I went onto remind Martin that Crocodile Hunter , Steve Irwin who Martin agreed may ...
Nic- Early start today as we had a big day planned. We drove to Cape Leeuwin to visit the lighthouse, stopping at Havana coffeehouse for fortification. The kids and I visited the bikkie place next door. Cape Leeuwin is supposed to be the biggest lighthouse on mainland Australia. I assume that means there are taller ones on islands offshore. I find it funny the fine details they use to describe the importance of something. It was, however, a very ...