Quality Inn Margaret River
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- Meeting rooms/conference facilities
- Minbar in room
- Non-smoking rooms
- Reduced mobility rooms
- Outdoor pool
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Travel Blogs from Margaret River
After what was probably the most glorious shower and a hot bowl of porridge we where once again ready to hit the road, only this time we hungry for a decent coffee (they’ve been few and far between). Coffee Cat on the esplanade of Esperance, I love you.
With our spirits where once again high and our mouths set to chatter box as our caffeine deprived bodies lapped up the double shots we just inhaled we hit the road, eager for wine country.
Having done the rounds in Melbourne, Geelong and Bendigo, it was on to the first leg in the journey, WA with Nick, Bek and the girls.
Erin pulled a sickie and generously drove me to the airport, with Nick collecting me at the other end. It has been a whirlwind week, I was lucky enough to have Nick around for 4 days, and then just Bek and the girls for the remaining 2.
It was nice to spent the time with them and just be some extra hands with the everyday ...
... crab pots, we instead walked around in knee to waist deep water with a basket. We walked around and scooped them out of the water. We were fishing for Blue Manna crabs, smaller than a Dungeness, and like the name suggests, they were blue! We had a great time and caught 7 crabs, 3 were keepers that we cooked and ate on the beach. There are pictures of this on Facebook, I can't upload any here as they aren't on my computer.
Tuesday we had ...
... he was sad about it all and it was all a bit uncomfortable and awkward. I don't really know this guy enough to be openly comforting and loving towards him when something so horrible as that happens. I just said I was really sorry and asked if he was ok, always a stupid question really he clearly wasn't ok. I just let him speak to me when he felt he wanted to about it all, that's all I could do really. On the way back we got some alcohol, he seemed desperate to get some for that ...
... Lake Cave, we chose to visit Jewel Cave, the closest of the caves to Augusta. Jewel cave was first discovered in 1957 and is home to the world's longest straw, a stalactite which measures 5.9m in length and these straw stalactites grow at a rate of only 1cm every 10 years. Fortunately this one is out of reach of humans so should continue to grow without the risk of being broken or damaged. The cave was beautiful, one stalactite was enormous, it ...