Yallingup Lodge Spa Retreat & OM Day Spa
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- Continental Breakfast
- Free High-Speed Internet
- Swimming pool
- Wheelchair accessibility
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... of the chance to have a bit of a rest before we set off on our first trip at 17.45. Just as we get on the bus we get a fleeting glimpse of a dingo in the bush nearby. About 15 of us are driven in a bus to a viewing area to see sunset. When conditions are right you get a fantastic sunset sky but also Uluru shines a bright red. But tonight there is too much cloud. We get a bit of a sunset but not the true red colour effect on ...
... the Margaret River Chocolate Factory! I'm going to be honest, I was just excited for the free samples....
We then went to Leeuwin Estate for a wine tasting and tour of the winery. The wine tanks were huge! We learned about the background of the winery, a little more about wine making, and got to sample some of their best. Having a distributor in California, I was able to order some wine to be shipped home without paying ...
... great since the sea creature bite and had now developed bad pains in his legs. A frustrating time with conflicting diagnoses and long waits for appointments with specialists. Oddly the final diagnosis that he had Ross River virus was a relief and he is now on the mend.
Wild winter weather home at Yallingup makes it an easy decision to pack up Trakka which now has a new name "Aftermath" and head north. Watch this ...
A few months ago Trakka set off alone to the Trakka workshop at Mt Kuring-gai north of Sydney. This was to upgrade Trakka's off road capabilities. For the interested this included more under body armour, an air intake snorkel, a diesel filter and separator, gearbox and diff rebreathers. Trakka our home for the next six months is now ready to take us exploring. For the humans it was a farewell coffee and lots of hugs from our Yallingup friends at the Pronto Cino van ...
... Still seeing people we know! Then a drive to Canal Rocks. We explored the rocks for a while, then drove back to Smiths Beach. We swam and boogie boarded here for a while. The ocean was really calm, and clear and aqua (and cold...). Lunchtime back at camp and then rest time, no rushing today. We headed to Dunsborough about 4pm for a look see, and tried to get down to Meelup Beach but it was closed to cars. Apparently they were having a band and fireworks ...