Acacia Chalets Margaret River
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... like peak hour traffic at times around us.
We spent our time primarily at camp during this busy period with a daily walk along some of the tracks or around the camping areas viewing some of the embassies (camp set ups) and we rarely ventured out for a drive due to nearby locations being hectically crowded. We also spent time completing some of those outstanding ...
... made them pancakes which they had never really had and they loved them so much they gobbled them up:):) looking forward to trying some of their cooking and learning how to make some nice dishes before I go. Anyway it shall work out perfectly as we are organising a surprise birthday picnic for Annie on 24th and then I am invited to a BBQ and pool party on 26th for Australia Day which is even bigger than New Years Eve over ...
... so went to the Squid Lips fish and chip shop for a selection of squid and fish.
# Had the fish back at the lodge with some Margaret River sparkling wine.
# Had to wait for noisy neighbour next door to settle down before I could turn in. That's the lottery of staying away from home ... you never quite know who you're going to have to sleep next door to!
... with Graeme and Kaye Exell who were our camp hosts from Cape Range NP. They live in Margaret River and suggested we call and see them on our way through, we sampled a couple of tasty Margaret River white wines and got the drum on a few wineries to visit over the next day or so. Back to the camp and cooked old faithful, Spag Bol again then slept like logs again. It is pretty chilly overnight here so we have located the doona and all blankets are in use ...
... blatantly abusing this will be asked to leave the park'. We found this remark to be unnecessary and really quite aggressive. In any case how are they going to police this? They'd either need a staff member in the amenities all day timing people or encourage fellow travellers to grass each other up! Also how are people supposed to know when they have gone over five minutes? How could they prove a long shower was blatant anyhow. ...