Bayview Geographe Resort
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... and a few photo opportunities before meeting up with the tour guide for our epic, possibly life-changing adventure. The guide did say that canoe trips can make or break a relationship, and from my personal observations, I could certainly see how that was possible. I think the only thing that saved Candace and Shane’s marriage was the fact that I was steering in the back, and thus neither of them could blame the other when we wandered off course, or when we lost ...
... to the van to rest for a while. (Mum's note: obviously to recover from those many disappointments in this 9 year old's life!). Anyways,after a while,we went for a drive into the Tuart tree forest.It's the only place in the WORLD were Tuart trees grow.It's just like the Tingle trees,huh?No wildlife was there really.Just birds-mostly Ravens.Like always,we then went to Coles for dumb old supplies.FOOD SUPPLIES.Hmph,why do we ...
... town was nice, and the area surrounding the marina was crammed full of humungous McMansions. We had a great view of the area from the Marlson St lookout, with it's spiralling staircase, and especially cool was the black-and-white checkered lighthouse.
We drove along the beach front, noting the shark nets protecting the main beach, then headed for Donnybrook, orchard area and home to the largest free playground in the Southern Hemisphere. It was ...
... a chill in the air, enough to keep your clothes on.
Busselton is one of our last major towns before we head across the Nullarbor so the bus is basically stocked up with the cheaper groceries and we have enough beer and wine on board to survive our trip to South Australia.
We went to my first drive-in movie this week, so ...
... hour and a half (just down the road for Aussies) to one of the neighbouring towns that is bigger than Margaret River, Bunbury. We went to about 5 different shops looking at and comparing all their tents. We knew we wanted a tent with two rooms so that living in a tent would be more pleasant. We eventually went to an army surplus store and saw a picture advertising a tent with two rooms and four different doors (one being an awning that makes the living area much ...
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