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To be continued...Vanochtend verlieten we Busselton en reden richting Magaret River. Met 45 km was dit de kortste stop op onze trip. We waren rond lunch tijd weer helemaal klaar met set up.
We genoten van fish and chips in het stadje en als toetje hadden heerlijk ijs van de locale ijs shop.
Daarna wat boodschappen gedaan en naar ...
... our tour. After a long day, we're heading back into Margaret River and home. We've met some very interesting people on the tour, but there is one couple that we have bonded with and they are also staying at the Riverview like us, so when we arrive back we invite them over for a drink. It's been a fantastic day and one that was well worth the money. After all the food we have eaten today, neither one of us feels like anything but soup for ...
... We each received a little of the wool that was sheared off. That man was very good at his job and made it very interesting and a memorable visit to the sheep farm. We ventured onto our next adventures first to a tasting winery. Sorry, neither of us drinks wine but we had a most delicious lunch. We looked around a bit, not much as it was another sprinkle and another rainbow. But we were off to ...
... we fancied a pint of cool lager and ale. We were actually disappointed with our purchases, particularly at $10 a pint. Chris's tasted too gassy and Sarah's was too hoppy and flat for her.
We had shared our trip with a small bunch of other travellers and Australians, particularly enjoying the day with an Irish couple who were living and working in Perth and who also enjoyed a good drink!
We were then dropped back at the campsite. Our ...
... came up to a couple of caves; we could hear the rumble of the surf echoing back off the cliff walls. A good sheltering spot in poor weather, or just a good place to rest.
Just coming up to the end of our walk , speccy views, thru deep cuttings in the heath (like a maze in shoulder high hedges) and wildflowers ablaze in purples and ...