Quality Hotel Lord Forrest
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... the Margaret River area for the night. Stingrays are protected here, and when we went down to the beach, saw 3 large and 1 small ray cuising up and down the beach so close in to shore that their wings broke out of the water as they swam.
Sunday, 16th November
We have gone from yesterdays adventures in the tree tops to descents underground in caves today. First was the Jewel Cave, large with 250 steps down and well developed boardwalks, about the only sort of cave we ...
We have only a relatively short drive to get from Perth to Bunbury. Along the way we stopped at Mandurah for a coffee and some shopping. We leave Mandurah and take the Old Coast Road to Bunbury and arrive at our destination mid afternoon by early afternoon. Terry is keen to find somewhere that sells inline filters for caravans, with with our home still trailing behind us, we google ...
... section over the crest...the way down. We again walked however we continued to hand brake as well.
After another 1km we found a gap in the fence and crawled underneath and pushed the cycles through as well. Talk about a tight squeeze. For the next 1km it was just sand riding, which we are not used to but soon learned to stay upright.
At the end of this track we came to a gate with a HUGE sign stating that in no ...
... trains are very slow here.
As it was raining, the grown-up and me first went shopping, then we went to watch a film at the cinema. I like the cinema and particularly like it when it is quiet there. It was a very long day with all the rain so we watched two films. One was rubbish and I was very bored watching, so I was ...
... or Reading, with Etam, Nike shoes, the same groceries! It is striking to see so many overweight people; it's like being in the US.
A Greek Salad provided a good and wholesome lunch, and then the bus with a very British-looking driver, but with a strong Australian accent, drove us back to the hotel, all the while explaining which buses do and do not ride on Australia Day. Australia Day ...