Gloucester Motel & Restaurant
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- Free High-Speed Internet
- Room service
- Wheelchair accessibility
- Free parking
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Crap, avoid this place! Wifi sucks. Restaurant expensive!
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So we intended to reach Mt Barker today but got distracted, as usual. As it was getting dark, and the danger of hitting a kangaroo on the road increased, we stopped here in Pemberton for the night.
Onwards as ever tomorrow!
... to have the largest hand made art and craft centre in WA housed in the old cheese factory - artistic licence got carried away here) to Bridgetown. Bridgetown has the longest wooden bridge made from jarrah in the state. Chris and I both liked the feel of the town and we stayed at the caravan park next to the river.
Friday, 14th November
Next to the caravan park is the lawn bowls club and this morning the car park is full but they aren't playing bowls, the ...
... or we try the library and the books are not really what we want to read.
Anyway we continued with our drive. Arrived at Shannon National Park found a beaut spot and were all set up by 3.30pm. We just relaxed, enjoyed the forest, played Scrabble. Talked to our nearest caravan neighbours, about 200 mtrs away.
A lovely and relaxing day, even if it were a troubling and a sad day as well.
... in the middle so it was slow. 120 ltrs tank took 20 minutes to fill. Oh well, clean water, and we are now right for a while.
So all in all a most interesting, enlightening stay in Pemberton.
Today we plan to go on a couple more walks, if the weather holds out. Then maybe track down to Windy Harbour, where we expect lots of wind!! Right now we are at the Pemberton Tramway waiting for Jack and Stella. We will have a quick catchup before we head out.
... we finally pried ourselves away to feel the sand in our toes and only hunger made us leave because we could have stayed their for days.
A definite beach to remember prompting the top Five Beaches ever Chart;
1)Cintsa, South Africa,
2) Lions Head, Fraser Island, Australia,
3) Conspicuous Cliffs, WA,
4) Hayling Island, Chichester Harbour, UK,
5) Kho Phi Phi, Thailand.