Edge of the Forest
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The drive from Fremantle was very uneventful. I did manage to find the cruise control on the car thanks to Liz reading the manual so it made it a very nice drive as we took in the surroundings. With hindsight I would have taken the coastal road but as we need to balance fuel economy with sight seeing the bypass road was our best option. We drove …
... amazing cave that we have seen. The Cape is where the Indian Ocean meets the Pacific Ocean. Unfortunately, it was quite windy and the demarcation was not obvious. We had time to visit an olive oil producer called Whirlwind and had a womderful chat and tasting with the owner. The olive farm apparently is his retirement hobby. We then went to Leeuwim, a fantastic winery before we went back to ...
... receive government funding but it was at a standstill because the government officials wouldn't use the original entrance. The first cavern was a huge open area, and the setup was very impressive, with metal walkways and handrails, and lighting along those areas but also light highlighting other features of the cave. We saw the original entrance in the ceiling, called a solution pipe and assumed to have been caused originally by a tree root, ...
... pickte ons op om 1000 uur. We bezochte wijgaard naar wijngaard. Het was een heuse belevenis.
We eindigde in de "Duckstein" Brewery wat super gezellig was, in de tour ontmoete we erg leuke zuid afrikananen die de hele middag met ons optrokken.
Morgen vliegen Tara en Greg terug naar Sydney.
Lots of love/Groetjes,
Shirley and Mark
... home about so I won't. An eccentric woman gave the tour and we tasted their wines and headed off again to Evans and Tate. This winery had a bit more class and their wines were nicer too. You only get a thimble full of wine but after eight thimble full's you can start to feel the effects. Onwards to a boutique studio who produced Oils and Vinegars and Dukkah to dip your bread. There were exquisite flavours however no purchases from us as we are aware that ...