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We had a quiet day, that is apart from the three hour drive. We were sad to leave The Ric******* behind but mid morning we picked up a car in central Perth and blasted down to the Margaret River. There are plans to see more of the coast on our way back on Tuesday. Cape Lodge (our home for the next two days) is on Caves Road and when we saw the sign …
It's Saturday, it's warm & sunny and we're Driving south along the Indian Ocean coast to our destination in the Margaret River wine region, the hire car is proving a challenge as the indicator/wiper sticks are on opposite sides to usual so of course every time we intend to make a turn we turn the wipers on. We call into Fremantle as our first …
We are up early to go to the airport for the 9.40 Jetstar flight to Ayers Rock. Normally you have to pay for food or drinks on Jetstar so I have already warned Kathleen she won't be getting anything. So imagine her joy when the stewardess coming round with the trolley tells us we each have a 5 dollar credit towards food or drink - I don't know why.This allows Kathleen to have a white wine and just to be sociable I have a beer. ...
... of malts. Malt's help control the beer's color, flavor, alcohol level, and 'mouthfeel'. Mouthfeel is essentially the thickness of the beer as I understand it. The malt is responsible for releasing the sugars, that the yeast then eats and turns into alcohol.
Hops: Hops do two things for beer, flavor, and act as a natural preservative. Without hops, beer would go bad in a very short time. It is only because of the Hops that ...
... one of the caverns had a lake of water through it. The water table in the area has dropped about two metres since then, and the tour now continues on directly through where the lake used to be. It's a hugely impressive cave, made beautiful by all the natural formations. Being in a group of a dozen or so probably made it feel less impressive in a way, but it had its bonuses as well, as the tour guide also controlled the lights, operating ...