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... he was sad about it all and it was all a bit uncomfortable and awkward. I don't really know this guy enough to be openly comforting and loving towards him when something so horrible as that happens. I just said I was really sorry and asked if he was ok, always a stupid question really he clearly wasn't ok. I just let him speak to me when he felt he wanted to about it all, that's all I could do really. On the way back we got some alcohol, he seemed desperate to get some for that ...
We checked into Turners Caravan Park which is a short walk to the town centre and on the banks of the Blackwood River. There is a bike path that runs along the river bank to Flinders Bay which is very well maintained and quite flat but the head wind we rode into certainly made up for the lack of hills. A tail wind home was very welcomed.
Not far from Augusta there are a number of limestone caves, Jewel Cave, Mammoth ...
We were joined in Perth by Pete's Mum and Chris. We spent a couple of days in Perth before journeying south through the amazing wine region to the incredible coastline and ancient red tingle forests.
A truly amazing part of Australia, some of the most amazing coastline we’ve seen and one of our favourite spots! Check out our photos.
Now we can’t believe we are on the homeward stretch, we’ll be seeing some of you soon!
Pete and ...
... waves were huge. They were also huge when we visited Gracetown, way too big for us to swim in. The wind was so strong it nearly blew us away when we stopped of at the lighthouse at Cape lueewin. This cape is the most south westerly point in Australia. Wow we have been from the most northerly at Wyndham to the most southerly...what a long way we have travelled. The lighthouse is the third tallest in Australia. To escape ...
We stopped to look at the Duckstein Brewery which was also recommended, however we were full and it was getting late so that will also have to be visited next time. We stopped off at Margaret River shops and had a walk around, in the rain mind you, before heading back to our camp.
Easy tea tonight as we were both still full from ...