Whalers Cove Villas
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A lovely morning, cool but the sun is shining. Off to the Margaret River area today, to explore and taste the free tastings of chocolate, cheese, Olive, nougat and wine, at the many wineries and farms. Apart from the many vineyards there are many diary farms. The town of Cowaramup is situated in the centre of the dairy farms, and life size models of black and white cows, sit outside or in all the shops, gardens and the park. Also today's inhabitants of ...
... for 18 years apart from waiting for the automated light to fail. What a cushy number. They have strong unions in Australia. Having walked up to the lighthouse, we were making our way back when Charlotte stifled a shriek. She had spotted a snake emerging from a bush close to where we had just been. We all moved slowly but surely out of its way and Charlotte went to tell the lady in the souvenir shop Who identified ...
... timber-piled jetty in the Southern Hemisphere, and there is a tourist train that runs the length of the jetty. We decided to walk to the end and back and leave the train to the oldies. There were quite a few people trying their luck fishing from the jetty but none seemed to be catching anything. We treated ourselves to an ice-cream from Simmo’s Ice Creamery and then went for a bike ride along the foreshore and out to the headland ...
All settled in Dunsborough now and it is a pretty beautiful place to be living. I can hear the waves all the time from the hostel and it's so nice to be able to walk to the beach in less than 30seconds. Iv managed to land myself the bottom bunk with Tom above me, so glad Iv got the bottom as we could be staying here for quite a few weeks I think. Over the last few days I've been for a few walks up and down the beach, managed to sign myself ...
... off for a walk through a forest, then another forest and then another forest. The grown-up said that it reminded her of walks that she does back at home, with all the trees and the rain! Eventually, we found the actual Margaret River, or a section of it at least. It was lots bigger than I thought that it would be and it was very still.
The grown-up and me walked along the river for a while and saw some ...