Burnside Organic Farm
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... setup we did a quick run into Margaret River to grab some basic supplies, bread, milk etc, then on the way home the rain set in and it has been pretty much on and off ever since!!
On Friday (10 Apr) we let Aero have a big run and ball chase to exhaust himself before we left him in the van for a kip and we headed off to do some touristy sightseeing. We went to Gracetown (where apparently there is a large concentration of Great White sharks) ...
... we joined our fellow tourers in the full minivan. Andrew gave us instructions about the technique of wine tasting and some information of the wineries we would be visiting. We were to visit 4 wineries. Two small wineries and two larger wineries tasting a selection of about 6 wines at each place. This was set to be a challenging day. I will not bore you with details of the wine tasting other to say that there was good variation of grapes used and wines ...
... with him in the long 5 hour trip from Albany to Margaret River, I got asking about him ex. Turns out he's still pretty much hung up on her, and I'm assuming I'm just a bit of a distraction - a rebound type of thing. She apparently has been seeing someone else since she got to Australia (yes, she lives in aus - Pemberton the very town we drove through today on our way here! I was literally just waiting for him to pull up and go find her, leaving me miles from civilisation and all ...
... too cold and went and sat in the car with hoodies firmly wrapped around us. I think we may need to give in to the cold soon and get the blankets out from the back. Day 33 After an early morning run we kept driving down the coast to Rockingham. We were off to Penguin Island and booked on a cruise to see the penguins and sea lions. We were going to pay for a more expensive cruise which included dolphins but decided against it which we were really ...
... Such a lovely couple we spent quite a bit of time chatting to them. They had us in fits of laughter at some of the insights into the Australian population and habits as they have found in the last seven months. The washing story really had us thinking and agreeing. According to them the bloke barley has the van unhitched and the washing is out. They couldn't work out how it was done until they discovered that women have washing machines in their vans. Now these two are ...