Grange On Farrelly
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Nice rooms, all the comfort of home. Clean, tidy and great wifi too, wifi that actually works!
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On Tuesday, November 11, we spent the day with Margaret River Tours going to 6 wineries, 1 chocolate factory and one dairy. It was marvelous! Wednesday was a self-guided tour out to Gracetown for some of the surf scene and a couple of breweries.
... coolest college kids ever), and were all in bed by 9:30. Dinner was a big chicken burrito bar and I learned that I am awful at banana grams, as I am at most word games.
On Easter Sunday, we went on a wine tour. That morning we slept in a little, 8:30, and then got all organized for our wine tour. We did a Bushtucker wine tour which was fantastic! We visited several wineries, a cheese factory, chocolate factory, and a brewery. The day consisted ...
... This section was very tiring and very hard work. We met a few groups going the opposite direction and had some brief chats.We continued on along the soft sand for another 4-5kms till we got to Boodjidup Brook and turned off the beach. The brook was not really flowing, as it was just after summer. We kept south of the brook and continued along more soft sand following the brook inland. This section is riddled with sand flies and there is next to ...
... bit tired so decided discretion was the best part of valour, and returned to the terra firma. Maybe another time. In the same area is Beedelup Falls, and we did the walk around them, crossing over a swinging bridge, and of course making it swing: far lighter construction than the suspension bridge at Pinjarra with only a max of 5 people at a time. My legs are complaining and confirming that we made the right decision not to climb the Bi-centennial Tree today.
We stayed at Hamelin ...
We packed up from our campground in Busselton in the rain. It had rained solidly all night but we still decided to go for it. Robyn and Bruce still braved the slide this morning. The plan was to head to Dunsborough and park the vans up and go up in one vehicle to visit Cape Naturaliste which is what we did. They parked their rig in front of our caravan so we wouldn't get boxed in and nobody could steal it. It looked a bit like a road train so Kerry snapped a photo. Off we ...