Admiral Stirling Inn
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- Free High-Speed Internet
- Wireless internet connection in room (free)
- Refrigerator in room
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Monday 13th rode from Albany to the Valley of the Giants. We did the tree walk and then on to Walpole for a coffee. The tree walk was spectacular. From Walpole the heavens opened and by the time we reached Margaret River both Mike & Katrina were soaked through. Their so called wet weather gear is not waterproof. My Aldi gear was pretty good …
... park office to sweet talk the rangers to see if they could let Tim drive in to our camp site. He mentioned that Mary was presently baking a cake for Tim’s birthday that we had missed earlier in the month.
Evidently when Tim walked into the office and identified himself the staff sang him happy birthday.
... through Asia has been a culturally rich and diverse experience, some parts of it have really sucked and it is nice to leave those aspects of travel behind us for at least some time.
Australian food is surprisingly expensive. Costs of eating out are sometimes as much as double of what they are back home. So far we've managed to be good by shopping at supermarkets, having picnics and only hitting places like Subway, but who knows ...
... ball and it gets attached to the back of a jetski:) its so much fun:) Anyway they are still doing trial runs so 15 of us went to the beach and had goes in it and then me and Ales (the italian man I live with) go to go on the jet ski for a while which was awesome:):):) probably drove over some sharks but the water was such a beautiful colour I didn't even think about the sharks:) Great fun ...
... we had brekky so we packed up and did the nature walk through the wildflowers before heading for the coast road and the Pinnacles which are located in Nambung National Park. We bought our second NP 28 day pass for WA which will cover us until we leave the West. The pinnacles are awesome and you can either unhook your trailer and drive through the park on a 4km track or just walk a 1.2km loop through the park which is what we did. I would imagine ...