Quality Inn Margaret River
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- Meeting rooms/conference facilities
- Minbar in room
- Refrigerator in room
- Non-smoking rooms
- Reduced mobility rooms
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... Japanese involved so who knows what will occur.
Alarm now set for 05.30 as cases have to be out for 06.30 ass we travel back up to Perth before flying later to Alice Springs some two and three-quarter hour flight and in a different time zone so we loose one and a half hours. Current temp 40 C but very low humidity. Another 4 days and we are in Cairns where it is heavy rain and storms forecast!
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Making a quick exit from Potters Gorge, escaping the flies, we once again headed further south. Firstly reaching the quaint sleepy sea side town of Busselton (exactly how you would imagine rural Australia) we wandered the beach and roamed the town, picking up a few supplies- first on the list a fly swat! Heading further down we stopped at Yallingup to take in the amazing scenery of endless coastlines, talcum powdered ...
... nature at its most meticulous. Our tour guide was quite terrible but the cave, now lit for affect, didn't need much narration. There's some ancient possum bones, and a lot of sparkling limestone, looking like other things. The water table in WA has lowered by about a third and the river that once covered the cave floor to around ten feet has completely receded. We took our clothes off the line packed our things from the YHA. Because we're now responsible for feeding ourselves ...
... a bit of a natter we decided to head back to the National Park. We found the last suitable Vincent spot. Then the sun came out, briefly. Quickly we went for a walk down to the lookout and near the beach.
Tomorrow it is time to celebrate Allan's birthday. Thinking a spot of lunch in Dunsborough. Then we shall see what we shall see. Who knows we might be back here on Friday night and walking on part of the Cape to Cape walk. Then again the front is coming and rain is due
... got some food to feed the sheep. They ate out our hands through the fence. The next thing was, we went in the place where they shear sheep to watch the man shear a sheep which didn't take j long. I felt sorry for the poor little sheep after all his wool was gone. It looked as if it would be cold but we were told they have a protective layer to keep them warm. I was happy to see the young children ...