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
Last night was very windy and we had a bit of storm with some pretty decent thunder. Nice and clear morning though, so we headed into Dunsborough and were pleasantly surprised - it is a funky little town and we had a great coffee at a cool little cafe. We would actually recommend staying there instead of Busselton. We took the kids to the Yulingup Maze where they ran around ...
... mummy' and 'my daddy', she's certainly giving me a run for my money.
Lizzy is full of energy and needs an answer for absolutely everything (and unfortunately 'because' just doesn't cut it). She is excelling at sport, and we were even able to watch one of her hockey games. In case you need to know the first rule of hockey is 'girls keep in front of the ball'. It must be important because one of the Mum's on the sideline said it about every 30 seconds, so I'm guessing ...
... but we had already purchased garlic bread to go with our spaghetti, and cookies for dinner. So what did we do? BBQ! We had spaghetti, which we accidentally burned because we cooked too much in the water at one time. Some of the noodles stuck to the bottom and got fried. Dinner that night consisted of our very own Smoky Spaghetti, Barbecued garlic bread, and Barbecued Cookies. The BBQ worked well, but due to my lack of experience cooking garlic ...
... turned 18 they had to, by law, leave the Cape. If they had daughters they were usually married by the age of 18 and had already left the Cape to start families of their own. Combined with the isolation of the area, life would have been tough. On the upside the fishing was good off the nearby rocks and there were large number of crabs which the keepers would catch and share amongst the families. Cape Leeuwin is also where the Indian Ocean meets ...
Back to the coast again as we head to Busselton for a few days. We had visited Busselton once years ago but remember it was a really **** day weather-wise. We remember seeing the renowned nearly 1.8 km jetty before, but probably didn't even get out of the car. This time the weather was much, much better .... funny how the weather makes a difference to the experience.
Busselton is very much a summer holiday and sea ...