BEST WESTERN Pemberton Hotel
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... to us " I feel dizzy". We talked him through by getting him to go slowly, stop sometimes, and keep talking to us. He was fine but we wern't! When he made it down, we gave him a standing ovation! He was sooooo happy with himself and grew 2 foot taller with pride. He was known as The Hero Of The Day.
... for Rememberance Day which was nice. While on Penguin island we saw seagull nests, eggs in the nests and lots of brown, fluffy baby seagulls. You see seagulls everywhere but we have never seen their nests before. Later that afternoon we made our way down the coast to Mandurah.
Wednesday, 12th November
Mandurah is another coastal town with a nice esplanade along one side of the estuary, which we saw dolphins in, huge marinas, boardwalks, ...
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Kate and Col: We met this lovely couple on the cruise and went walking with around the Dam with them. Really enjoyed their company. They have a Paradise Oasis 4x4 motorhome totally different set up to Vincent.
Their camper/motorhome is still built into the body, like ours, however they have a slide out for bed, and a huge bathroom across the back of the vehicle. They had the new "Jayco" style cab door which looked very smick against ...
The last full day started with another fantastic spread at the Forrest Lodge Resort accompanied by peacocks and Moor Hens!
The Dave Evans Bicentennial Tree is a 75 metre tree historically used as a fire lookout. To climb it you have to negotiate 165 metal spikes hammered into the trunk, no safety nets, no harnesses, no guides. We had decided that climbing the fire tree would be best done first thing without any ...
At this point we realised that we would have liked an extra few weeks to spare as there was so much more to experience in the area we were travelling and we had committed to be at
Margaret River in three days’ time – to get in before the Easter rush. We decided to move on and continue with a quick glimpse at just a few of the special locations on offer.
Some 90 kilometres down the road, travelling through ...