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A night in Margaret River. We woke up early for the 190km drive to Margaret River. On the way we stopped at Busselton and walked along the jetty, which stretches 2km out into the Indian Ocean. Also stopped at Surfer's Point near Prevelly. I think we stayed at a holiday home here when I was about 15. Nearly got swept off the rocks trying to take a …
... it's share of shipwrecks in the past.
So we complete the cape to cape, visiting Cape Leeuwin with it's link of National Park back up to Cape Naturaliste, it is ...
... rain hence lovely green grass and animals grazing everywhere as we travelled on to Walpole - more washing to be done! Terry had chatted to a manager at Geraldton who was helping out She manages a park in Walpole and gave him a voucher for 10% off.We couldn't pass that up and she was lovely and gave us lots of directions for a local drive. Washing on the line we set off to explore more trees and a circular pool. Sorry but I couldn't see circular movement only water ...
We stayed at Margret river for three days. It is famous for the wines they make. We made a friend called Taj. We went to three caves. They were called mammoth cave, jewel cave and lake cave. Lake cave had the only suspended table you can see!!!!!!!! Jewel cave was there biggest and mammoth cave wasn't pretty. We also went to Cape Leeuwin. The Indian Ocean and the southern ocean meet up ...
... were wild stingrays! They were huge, and very friendly. I pet one and was shocked at how slimy they are! I was expecting their skin to be rough, but it was quite the opposite. I honestly didn't do much at Hamlin Bay because I slept most of those couple hours away. For anyone wondering, I used plenty of sunscreen, even though I hate putting it on.
That evening we went back to Bonnie Doon Beach House for dinner, played banana grams (once ...