Injidup Spa Retreat
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- Continental Breakfast
- Swimming pool
- Business Services
- Wheelchair accessibility
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... waves broke over the rocks in quite spectacular fashion. A visit to a local winery, a wool shop, a timber furniture studio and a chocolate factory completed a very pleasant day out.
It was time to leave the Dunsborough/Yallingup area as the schoolies were due to start arriving over the next few days and the advice from locals is that you don’t want to be anywhere near there so we took headed their advice and continued our journey the following ...
... de Vlamingh, again a Dutch sailor, who came here 400 years ago and I cannot imagine what these people must have gone through. Are we so spoiled nowadays? Here is me complaining it is too much hard work; about long distances and buses and campervans. These people sailed for a few years in their little ships of 20 meter long, no escape, with hardly anything fresh to eat, some of them died on the way. For them it will have been about adventure but it was also ...
... the museum. Also time for a break from camping as we stay in a hotel in North Adelaide. Spoilt for choice for restaurants and we rediscover shopping and good coffee. As we leave we stock up with bread, cheese and lots of goodies at the Showground Markets. Really well done markets with wonderful produce. Sadly can't take much fruit and veg as we will cross the border soon.
Pick up the dog and a quick visit to Hahndorf. Totally ...
... park office to sweet talk the rangers to see if they could let Tim drive in to our camp site. He mentioned that Mary was presently baking a cake for Tim’s birthday that we had missed earlier in the month.
Evidently when Tim walked into the office and identified himself the staff sang him happy birthday.
... manner that demonstrated not only a lack of skill but a failure in basic teamwork principles. It was like some nightmarish corporate day out, designed to sort the wheat from the chaff except this was my family and we were clearly not a winning team. We fumbled our way around a bend into a protected little area and grouped together so that our cheery guide could tell us that the Ti Treed little outcrop in the river was called the island of sorrows by the Aborigines. They brought ...