Comfort Inn Albany
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... made the war stories and information interactive and personal. You are given a card with a soldier's name and picture. His story you follow using the interactive stations around the centre, it outlines his war life and his eventual outcome. Outside we are taken on a guided tour of the buildings and the guide describes the artefacts and their significance. We walk through a bunker, view the cannons and then follow the ...
Friday 9th October Woohoo, we left Panorama...but not before I checked the generator! Loved the spot, so good for fishing, but it didn't have the ambience of other parks!! Lovely when you drive in, but after that it's a bit run down and neglected. It hasn't changed since 2011, if anything it was a it more rundown, I wonder what it will be like in about 5 years when we hope to see it again. Some restless night's sleep...on guard! Had a walk around the ...
... chilled for a few hours and played some card games until we were ok to drive back to the campsite.
After Margaret river we drove to Augusta. On the way there was a cool little 4wd trail through the forest where we managed to crank the music up really loud and drove pretty fast. It definitely woke us up at around 7am. Next stop was Hamelin bay to see stingrays but the water was pretty rough and there was no chance of seeing any. We headed to Jewel cave instead which was one of ...
... This is one place to which we will return.
While here we visited Denmark. It may sound like a broken record, but we would have appreciated it more if only for the weather. Had lunch at the Willoughby Park Winery and Boston Brewery. At last, we were able to get a decent pizza. Not only decent, but two excellent pizzas by the Italian chef. We're happy now. I only tried some of the ales and ...
... rude about it. Now, I don't like wine, so I had no intentions of buying a bottle for myself, but a few of the other tourers stated after they would have bought a bottle if they weren't rude to us about the taste test. Moral of the story? Don't be judgmental and rude to people - even if you assume they won't do something, like buy a product you're selling.
After the rude wine, err, I mean red wine, we made our way to the Margaret River ...