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For our last weekend in Australia we headed south to the wine region before. J had booked a lovely hotel for the long weekend, a perfect way to say goodbye to Australia, and our time together. First on the agenda: attend a wedding of one of our colleagues.
The wedding was set at one of the many beautiful wineries just south of Yallingup. …
... for about half an hour when the kids went to bed, but the kids eventually fell asleep and they all stayed in the tent asleep all night. I am surprised though because the wind was blowing a gale, everything, including the tent was rattling and banging last night. We started this, the second last day of our holiday, and Australia Day, very slowly. A play at the great playground on the foreshore, and Brad saw Graham Johnson and his wife Chris (from Swan Ath ...
... River area. Then made our way to Prevelly Beach for our stay tonight. It is very close to the town of Margaret River and one of the world renowned surf beaches in the area.
Thursday, 20th November
Before leaving the Margaret River area today we visited the Mammoth Caves, the last of the caves on our pass. Mammoth Caves are huge and lots of fossils have been found in them. Some of the fossils are of animals not found in this area today, like koalas ...
A couple of weekends ago I attended John Curtin Volunteer Weekend with a group from Guild House, my student accommodation. John Curtin Volunteer Weekend is a huge program through Curtin Volunteers each semester. Over the course of six weeks groups of volunteers go to several different locations to work in communities of Western Australia for the weekend. The location I attended with Guild House was Margaret River, which ...
... skin if the snake attacked through the net doors. This went on for what felt like hours (probably actually ten minutes) and then suddenly and strangely fell silent. In the morning Sarah looked for snake tracks in the sand outside our tent, but nothing could be found. As we packed our bits away suddenly the hissing started again. Looking around there was no snake in sight, but the sprinklers were making a very similar sound to what we had heard in the night. ...