Adamson's Riverside Accommodation
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- Continental Breakfast
- Refrigerator in room
- Reduced mobility rooms
- Non-smoking hotel
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... to grow roses so had all the soil taken out to be replaced by soil from the east to enable them to indulge in this hobby! Now of course it is a very prestigious winery but it seems the thought of the owners are into what might well be the next big thing in the area - back to cattle production for export. They have spent £25 million on an abattoir and invested a similar sum on it. They have agreement to send millions of live cattle to China and ...
... they have a caravan (trailer) in Canada. They reckon they have never seen anything like it. They were hilarious.
Hamlin Beach was our first tourist spot today and we wanted to walk. No way was that going to happen. We took one look at the beach, the looming skies, and headed for Vincent, pronto! Played scrabble and had lunch. No go for weather improvement so headed out for Prevelley Beach. Also beautiful, grey to threatening skies, blowing a gale. Gave up!
... guide was informative and their Cabernet Merlot a fine brew. We left with a few bottles. 2. Voyager. With its Cape Dutch architecture and pretty rose garden this winery served up a cracking good Chenin Blanc. Half a dozen bottles later we were on our way. 3. Leeuwin. With Louis Vuitton as owner we were expecting much but the garrulous South African was rather tiresome and the wines overpriced. Still, the lunch was beautiful and the Semillon/Savvy a ...
... beautiful pictures of these areas in the promotional brochures and magazines.
Once settled in to CV park we are back in the car for a look around the area. First down to Cowaramup Bay to gaze at the breaks that should be. There is now a settlement of several hundred houses here now and growing and even a boat launching ramp in the lee of Nth Point.
On along the coast road to Margaret River or more precisely Prevelley which is near the river mouth. The ...
... time like a stalagmite. We explored this area for ages scrambling over the rocks and getting soaked in the salty water being blown off the ocean. It was only the sea soaking us today as the rain showers had now abated. After our wild time here we went back to the camper van and drove to a parking area at the side of the road overlooking the calmer waters of the Southern Ocean where we had some lunch. For the rest of the day we just chilled out in the relaxing surrounds of the caravan park. ...