Diamond Forest Cottages
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- Kids activities or Babysitting
- Free parking
- Pets allowed
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... a cold night. Not only did we have pies and chips for dinner, but we were all toasty warm. Jase tells me the next morning he didn't get much sleep that night. He kept thinking about Ivan Milat type characters and was thinking that it would be up to him to defend us all if some weirdo did show up! Anyway, all's well that ends well. We were fine and hit the road early, making our way to Denmark via ...
... life on the coast. Not sure I would want to holiday there though….
Had a look at various points of interest and on the way back towards Northcliffe we climbed Mt Chadulup which offered 360 degree views of the area. We did a few tai chi warm up exercises whilst atop the granite outcrop and enjoyed the warm sun beaming ...
... driven in to the side of the tree that you climb up - hold on and don't look down!! I made the decision the be chief photographer instead of climbing!
... We find the suspension bridge, walk across it, jump up and down and make it swing, as you do, then hop back into the car and set off towards Harvey.
The tourist info centre here at Harvey has a replica of the house that May Gibbs (snugglepot and cuddlepie) lived in for a couple of years, and is now tea rooms and has absolutely beautiful gardens along the river. Outside town we stopped in at "Ha Ve" cheese factory for some tastings, delicious, and we are now set for ...
... in a line between some point near Mandurah and following us south. Then she spoke of sunny weather in Perth over the next few days. Sharon said "Why don't we go back to Freemantle" and Allan said "great idea we missed so much when we went last time, Rottnest Island, Freo and Perth". We both looked at each other and laughed at such a silly idea. "Sleep on it" says Allan. We agreed.
Shall see what tomorrow brings.