Edge of the Forest
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- Wireless internet connection in room (free)
- Wireless internet connection in public areas
- Refrigerator in room
- Microwave in room
- High-speed internet in room
- Non-smoking rooms
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... onto my IPAD. Leaving the Pinnacles we headed down to Perth. Well, Des decided that he was not fussed about going to Perth - can't say I blame him as traffic in and out of Perth was awful. I must say since I have been here, and I know I did not see much as it was a work thing, the city and surrounds have grown considerably. Good planning with their highways though as they have a train line and stops down the middle for the commuters ...
... perspective, they seem to be doing really well. Nick seems to be thriving in his job, although some job changes and uncertainty is on the horizon. But they seem to have the family unit on track and priorities in the right places (for the most part), and I think sometimes thats more than enough.
My week in WA has gone far too quickly, but I am so grateful that I've been able to spend the time here with everyone. And I have the added benefit that Bali is only 7 weeks away!!!
... br> We have 2 very interesting behind the scenes experiences at Edwards and Fraser Gallop Wineries on a tour we take. Edwards is a small 2 brother winery where we witness old school winemaking at its best – bare feet grape stomping in a wooden barrel kind of stuff. Fraser Gallop is the new kid on the block with state of the art equipment pumping out some award winning wines that compete with the likes of Penfolds Grange. ...
... and got a DVD, which was free to borrow, and we watched The Iron Lady before going to bed
Today is devoted to visiting chocolate factories, olive oil producers, beaches and wineries. The surprise find was there is a Target store in Margaret River that opens early, so Linda did some bargain hunting. We visited some of the best wineries in the region and tasted some great wines. Look for ...
... much a small car and at the lowest point, the cave floor, we were 42 metres below ground level. There are photos on display of when the cave was first discovered and the scientists were using a small dinghy to negotiate their way through the cave, today there is a boardwalk throughout the cave and water is almost non-existent. Tours run every hour and last for an hour and our tour guide had just graduated to his P plates. Our tour was the first he ...