Edge of the Forest
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- Non-smoking rooms
- Free High-Speed Internet
- Wireless internet connection in room (free)
- Wireless internet connection in public areas
- Refrigerator in room
- Microwave in room
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... calls when a microphone is dropped under the water. Such a humbling experience. Our time here is complete. Off back to Perth tomorrow to fly to Adelaide & Kangaroo Island. In a couple of days we'll be being organised by Richard & nurtured by Maureen as they join us for the next 4 weeks. No more worrying about where we should be and at what time - Richard will see to that, as long as he has access to his spreadsheet! Seriously we are so looking forward to seeing ...
... is impressive against the newer high rise buildings in the background. A coffee stop, fish and chips for Bev and a chicko roll for Helen. After looking at the information collected we drive to the wharf area for a look at the bay and port area. The 'Silos' now apartments were once wheat silos and have been transformed into living spaces - quite unique and a great transition. Leaving Bunbury we travel down the Old Coast Highway to ...
... in mind it was 110km on this road). A quick glance in the revision mirror and the roo was down. Still moving but down. We pulled over. The car, by god’s grace undamaged.
At this point I had two options, a baseball bat or a hammer. This trip was about to get a hell of a lot realer. With adrenaline still coursing through our veins I decided on the bat, bigger surface area you know? Physically I was still shaking, Mentally I was ready. My time had come to become ...
... we headed down to Dunsborough to visit the famous bakery. The bakery built the town. The mouthwatering pastries and drinks attracted travelers and grew in popularity. This attracted more business, eventually growing into the town of Busselton. At the bakery I had a Meat Pie! It was fantastic, I tried the mushroom meat pie, and wish I could afford to eat them every day!
After the bakery it was time to visit Meelup beach, where I took a ...
We headed on after a brief stop and arrived at our destination, the Margaret River Mouth, at 3:40pm. We took a few photos of the surf and walked around the rock pools near Surfers Point before heading back up to our car at the Surfers Point car park. The Margaret River Pro (surf contest) was setting up so there were a few traffic restrictions but we managed to get out fairly easily. We headed back to our accommodation to pop a bottle ...