Grange On Farrelly
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TravelPod Member ReviewsGrange On Farrelly Margaret River
Nice rooms, all the comfort of home. Clean, tidy and great wifi too, wifi that actually works!
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Car packed up and ready to go. First stop Margaret River. Spend the night here and in the morning catch up with friends who live nearby. They have a farm with goats and horses. Should be good! It's a nice quick drive too now with the freeway cruising along at 110 km/h.
... tries to mug him brandishing a flick knife to which Mick Dundee comes out with the legendary, "That's not a knife, this is a knife" as he pulls our a big ass hunting knife. On this trip I first became aware of this when I proudly announced to the BBs that a beach had had to be closed near Barcelona because we had 3 sharks off the coast. "Really? How big were they?" they asked. "A metre and a half!" At which point they fell about laughing, as my pride wilted, all I could ...
We actually managed to play bowls! Carried the bowls with us on the road and apart from an intensive 9weeks for Kevin whilst we were in Narrabeen Caravan Park , and a game in Adelaide while I was away, this was our first game! We played at Margaret River Bowling Club. It was Mothers Day so only 11 of us playing. (If you aren't a bowler you might want to skip to the next paragraph, or you might wake up with your tea cold, or your beer warm!) The game is ...
George cooked beef sausages, baked beans, chilli tomato and toast for breakfast. Went back to Redgate beach after deciding all the other beach's waves were to complicated for us. Fair to say we made the most of the board. Flexing our surfing skills to the other beginners who struggled to stand, whilst we floated like angels on our surfboards. Dropped off the surfboard late afternoon and went ...
... path, and within 15 minutes we were back on track.
By now the wind had turned back around to the NW, it was chilly, overcast and a bit threatening. We dropped down onto Boranup Beach, the tide was out, and the sand was reasonably hard compared to what we've been used to, so not such a hard plot... which was lucky, as ...