The Richardson Hotel & Spa
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... at the busy Margaret River township.
Late afternoon, we reached Yallingup and met up with my dear cousin Sally and her husband Andy, at their Post Office. Both are very well known in this iconic surfing region. It was so good to be with them. We stayed at their beautiful place on 5 acres. It was great to have the company of their dogs and cat too – they are beautiful pets. We talked and talked and talked, Sally, Andy, Tony and E – such ...
... enough. Of course carport cover is a bit different but that's a start. The new air and foam filled mattress and the new 0 degree sleeping bag will be put to the test.
Last week I made 2 very important purchases. One was the GPS that I had been mulling over for a while but since I am going to some fairly large cities I would need to find my way and maps are not easy to come by in these days of technology.
AM - drove up the Kwinana Freeway to Perth then onto the Canning Highway, out to Guilford, turned left onto Upper Swan road and we were in Caversham. Peter was working on another extension to a shed and Teresa was colouring her hair, they didn't hear us arrive. PM - talked a lot then had dinner and watched Guardians of the Galaxy, a weird scifi ...
... that day so we couldn´t really see anything.
That night we stayed in Margaret River and the day after we started on our way back to Perth and my brother and his girlfriend went up north to Exmouth.
There is so much more we wanted to see in Western Australia but by the end we ran out of time. We are planning on coming back though before our visa runs out, but now we´re taking a holiday from the holiday. New Zealand here we come!
... sized waves that were coming in; it started to get a bit more rough as we got out to have lunch.
We parked near the Cottesloe Nature Reef, where many people would either surf or ride paddle boards, and right next to that was a sundial. But a bit further down was the sandy, regular swim beach where we were able to lay and relax, and enjoy the sun.
Minus the grade school kids who had swim lessons constantly throughout the day right by us, who ...