Havana Villas

Address: 16 Firth Street, Emu Point, Albany, Western Australia, 6330, Australia | Ranch
 
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This ranch, located on 16 Firth Street, Emu Point, Albany, is near HMAS Perth.
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          Travel Blogs from Albany

          Albany - National Anzac Centre

          A travel blog entry by mboy on Oct 15, 2015

          16 photos

          ... of two mounter soldiers, an Australian and a New Zealander, was toppled in 1956 during the Suez Crisis. It was returned to Australia (the remnants) after much lobbying. After WWI, soldiers from the two countries contributed one day's pay to commission the monument to the fallen on the banks of Port Said in Egypt. It has been on the summit of Mt Clarence since 1964. An amazing story and great tribute to the horsemen. ...

          Mt Barker-Porongurup-Sterling Ranges

          A travel blog entry by billandtrish on Oct 09, 2015

          ... few nights. It's a lovely quiet park, well looked after. On Saturday afternoon, after our disaster, Ulli made a German apple cake for us to share. All the campers in the park made a coffee and headed to the outdoor area for a lovely afternoon tea! Lovely, thoughtful people. Friday afternoon we drove along the scenic drive and looked out across to the Sterling Ranges. Beautiful farming areas looking over to the ranges. Saturday after our incident ...

          Wineries and national parks

          A travel blog entry by keeleymclaren on Sep 10, 2015

          ... way to Albany. We arrived at Cape national park where we stopped at Shelley beach for breakfast before visiting the farmers markets to sample some honey, wine, sausages, oils and chutneys. We then had a walk along harbour and visited some view points at another national park which had really bright blue water. That night we had a really nice campsite with a view of the beach where we spotted a huge Ray. We chopped some wood and made a huge fire, cooked up steak, sweet potatoes ...

          Albany All Week

          A travel blog entry by pandjandb on Aug 01, 2015

          5 photos

          ... good audio visual displays. The guided tour helped to get a better understanding of the process and then we had plenty of time to wander round in our own time with that knowledge underpinning the various displays. Glad to see that the whaling has stopped, though.

          The helpful ladies at the visitor centre spruiked about the whale watching here. They had a board listing the sightings over the last few days. ...

          Where Two Oceans Meet

          A travel blog entry by mkosik13 on Jun 01, 2015

          1 comment, 12 photos

          ... one, "Oooh, and buy the chilli truffle." I look at him and say, 'Those both sound absolutely disgusting. Why would I want curry flavoured chocolate or chilli flavoured chocolate?', his response, "Aw come on. Just do it! Tell you what, if you do it, I'll do it." Well, with a proposition like that, how could I say no, so I tell him, 'Okay, deal.'

          We both get our strange chocolates and I ask him which he's going to try first, one has a black dot on it ...