Norfolk Sands/Bay Merchants
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... hungry pancakes. After a few minutes he sets a plate in front of me, and I am very interested in seeing my pancake, topped with not syrup, but rather lemon and sugar. 'Hmm', I think, 'This will be interesting...', I take a bite and it was absolutely delicious. I've never heard of anyone using lemon juice and sugar on pancakes, but it definitely will not be the last time I do it.
After breakfast and helping to clean up, we all head back for the van to ...
... for 6 weeks to start the first settlement in WA here in Albany. Day three, Mother's Day. Coffee and cake at Mt Barker, then onto climb Castle Rock which Liz had been keen on doing. Once she got towards the top Liz started to have second thoughts with the 65m scramble and then climb onto the Granite Sky Walk around the top of the rock. She got there in the end and it was well worthwhile, magnificent ...
... Popped into Ravens for a coffee and then settled back for the last leg to Albany arriving around 5pm.
The apartment is compact and cozy and our small balcony faces the harbour. Peter brought all our luggage up to the first floor apartment. Neighbours informed Peter of the various markets and activites on this weekend. I’m particularly interested in the Vancouver Street Festival and the Farmer’s Market on tomorrow and the Boatshed Markets on ...
... reminds us s bit of Hobart and a lot like Wilson's Prom physically. Giant boulders appear every now and then in front of shops or people's front yards. And I mean giant. Must stop and take a picture tomorrow. Camping tonight again and tomorrow here. We mucked around setting up our tarp over the tent until it was just right. If it rains as predicted... we're ...
... be relocated so it did not harm
anybody as they are deadly and any antivenin would have to be flown
Larry will take more notice in future
one would think. The owners say they have been getting a few in past
couple of weeks so eyes open when go into toilet shower blocks.
Saturday 21 february
We drive as far as we could down the
dirt road to the Eyre bird observatory which is supposed to be 24km