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- Continental Breakfast
- Free High-Speed Internet
- Wheelchair accessibility
- Business Services
- Free parking
- Pets allowed
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... or two, as well as rolling up the tights that only fit just, I look and feel awesome and as I sit back, tipping another whiskey, I somewhat gloat over the gang as they rush to finish their fancy dress.
up at the house the party is in full swing, with the two garages turned Ice room and Mad hatter’s tea party, we settle in and join the others, with games of beer pong, limbo and just regular drinking.
The weather over the weekend has been hit ...
... we wanted to see. Denmark itself is a quiet village with one main road and some small shops. What they did have was a great fish and chip shop. That was dinner sorted for the first night. The second day we had a busy day planned. We drove back on ourselves for about 30 mins to get to the Valley of the giants treetop walk. We were able to walk in the canopy of the trees 40m up. Whilst it was a great experience, the moving walkway which was completely ...
We packed up the caravan and headed down south for a couple of weeks. it was a very nice break but we were a bit sorry we hadn't planned to stay longer. The blog that I was going to do while we were away didn't happen so I'd better do it now before it is past history.
Our first stop was Boyup Brook for the country music festival. We have been a few times now so knew what to expect. The ...
... Ocean Beach, then Corrie, Kiran and family left for Albany. Later we went back down to Greens Pool. It's such a beautiful beach that I wanted to see it again in the sunshine. Mark, Andie and I went for an invigorating swim in the freezing, crystal clear water then lay out like seals on the warm granite rock. We'll pack up for the forty seventh time tomorrow morning and drive to Albany, only sixty kilometers away. At this rate we'll be leaving WA in six months ...
... are large breeding colonies of Pelicans and other water birds such as cormorants and gulls. Very smelly.
As they headed up to the river mouth passed many different species of birds who use the area to breed and feed as there are very few predators here.
Jack also fed Osprey and Sea Eagles on the wing with fish. They were all expecting him and provided some spectacular entertainment as they fed sometimes from his hand as they were flying past ...