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... be nervous about its social implications of telling someone they need to give you some time to allow your garlic to simmer. Restaurants and common take away places near by are also something to check out. The hostel has two nights a week organized by the social director concerning food. I also checked out google maps before hand to see what was nearby as far as grocery stores and pizza joints. COMMON AREAS/SOCIAL: The common areas are pretty ...
... work who had packed what and who wasn't that organised!! - Umm Corey?!?
Thankyou to Mr Leske and Mrs James who also come along to bid us safe travels.
We have one more day left in OZ!! That means my next post will be from Japan!! YAY!!
Went back to Bunbury for the weekend to visit Shane and Gail and stayed overnight. The Bunbury Farmers Market is the sikze of of a Bunnings store and has a great range of local farmers produce. We cooked dinner Saturday night after we returned from the food and wine festival in the Ferguson valley - see menu below:
entre: tempura prawns in shredded coconut
main: butterfly lamb with nan breads
desert: rocky road and chocolate coated Turkish ...
... the other features we have read a little about and are keen to experience is the Bibbulmun Track, a track of nearly 1000 kms from just east of Perth to Albany. The track comes close to the general areas we have just experienced but as yet we have not walked directly on it.
The Bibbulmun Track may well be one of the things to add to the bucket list. A 6 to 8 week walk in a pristine section of Australia .... sounds like a plan ....... but not on this ...
... we to be on this property. Too late now we had been on the track for 20 minutes. Allan managed to get the bikes over the fence and we climbed over.
The ride was only 6km plus we rode in from the campsite ie 9km in total. Not very grand and it was hardly exhausting. We only saw a glimpse of Lake Pollard. Pretty yes. Would we do it again, no probably not.
Back to camp a chat with neighbors and it was dinner time.