Empire Spa Retreat
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- Continental Breakfast
- Free High-Speed Internet
- Fitness/Health center
- Free parking
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That is the last entry of this trip blog. From Exmouth we set off with new tyres - the old ones had done 56000K and much of that on corrugated gravel and rocky roads. Next to Bullara Station a working cattle station with bush camping. They have really got it right with eccentric but practical bathrooms discreetly hidden amongst the trees - or in the case of the "lava tree" a bathroom with a tree growing in it. Such a welcoming and interesting place. The camp kitchen ...
... in Washington....... After the waterfall we toured the Ngilgi cave before heading back up to Fremantle.
Overall it was a very nice weekend. There was a perfect level of relaxation and activities. Thank you to Sarah Boomer for organizing the retreat for us. In the next few days I am going to study up for finals and may do a few things around Fremantle.
I can't believe that I'll be back in the states in less than 3 weeks!!!!
... favourite food. Then we went to an ice cream shop! I had a blood orange flavoured ice cream, It was one of the best ice creams I have ever had! There were two emus there we fed we fed some of our ice creams to, I got frightened because the emus came really fast at me.
We went to the ...
... and bums of 2 boys! We headed out for lunch to Bootleg Brewery which was warm, but yummy and relaxing. To the Margaret River Chocolate Factory for after-lunch choccies. Then to Simmo's Ice Creamary for an ice cream. The single serve ice creams were massive and needless to say we were all feeling rather full and bloated after our couple of hours of eating. Back to camp for a rest then a play at the playground and another swim at Yallingup Beach. The boys ...
... their cellar door sales. From what we can see, the wine sales are secondary and the tasting bars are understaffed which is a trend we've seen in every wine region. Off to the beach tomorrow and maybe a drive down the coast and to visit some of the limestone caves. I'll take some photos and send them with the next blog. Cheers for now or G'Day, How're ya goin? Pam & ...