Jarrah Grove Retreat
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... clambering through tiny holes, following ropes and walking along the old river bed. We had helmets and each had 2 torches and self-guided ourselves the whole way along. We only met the Ranger inside the tunnel who was sweeping steps and so the whole place to oursleves. We even turned out torches off at one point to experince the total ...
... drive up the highway to pick up Marlene and yours truly. We just sat on a bench and advised the visitors that it was only five minutes, a gentle walk, downhill on a paved path to the Falls!
We enjoyed a pleasant lunch in Pemberton and then drove through miles of Kari Forest on a twisting, turning, two lane highway with a speed limit of 110 kph. Marlene had taken over the driving by this time and ...
After waking up to a clear sunny day, it didn't take long to decide we would stay here another night!!
We headed out early towards Augusta on the very south western tip of Western Australia and then out to the Cape Leuwin Lighthouse and to the spot where the Southern and Indian Oceans meet.
We then headed into Margaret ...
... made our way back to town for a steak dinner and a night out. The next day we took a trip South of Margaret River & along the coast looking for stingrays along the beaches. There are many caves along the route so we stopped in on Jewel Cave to have tour of it. Another night in the hostel and it was time to leave and head back to Perth in preparation for work the next day. I had a great time in Margaret River and definitely somewhere worth a ...
... we can keep this up. It does suck staying in the middle of wine country and not really being able to sample its fruit because of the good old budget...
Our plan for Australia is to head East along the mostly untouched southern coast, starting with an eight day haul to Adelaide in a camper van we pick up in Perth on Tuesday. Spiders, snakes, beached kangaroos, playful dolphins and road crossing wallabys. Should be one hell of a road trip!