Margaret River Hideaway & Farmstay
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- Adjoining Rooms
- Free parking
- Pets allowed
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We arriveerde in Cape Leeuwin en deden een audio tour rond de vuurtoren. Natuurlijk waren het de nederlanders die hier eerst waren vandaar de naam "Leeuwin". Het is een wilde punt waar mensen in isolement leefde voor de laatste 120 jaar. Dit is de corner waar de Indische oceaan en de Zuidelijk oceaan elkaar ontmoeten. De twee kleuren water zijn zo verschillend...groen vs blauw,
Na de tour genoten we van lunch in Augusta een ...
... by any of the wine here, except the Rose and I purchase some Capsicum andChilli Jam. With another winery done, we're now heading to the Chocolate factory. I'm now just craving for a cappuccino but when I go to order I'm told that there will be at least at 20 minute wait, so I don't bother, because we only have about a 20 minute stopover here. Instead we purchase some chocolates and some oil. While I'm waiting to pay for my items, ...
... good wine with Bruce and Sherry after their visit. It was disappointing. They only had one Shiraz, one cab sav, a chary and SSD to try and they were ordinary. Kevin was looking for a special bottle as Sherry and Bruce were buying it for his 60 th birthday on Monday. We didn't give up though. Onwards and forwards. Voyageur, Leeuwenhoek wines, Cape Mentel ...we tasted our way through them all. Voyageur is beautiful. Lovely gardens, Dutch Cape style building and really classy ...
... lucky enough to be at the bay when some rays were swimming along the water’s edge. We quickly disposed of our hiking boots and wondered into the water hoping to obtain a photo or two of the rays.
A polite fisherman who had just finished filleting his days catch approached Mary and offered for her to feed the rays with his fish scraps.
What a buzz. Mary ended up ...
... our family on this day. Santa found us and spoilt Maddison and Sarah rotten. This year it was lots of practical items and things that would “fit” in the caravan. They also received new fishing rods and reels. For lunch we had the traditional ham, turkey and plum pudding with bon bons and fun jokes and hats. For dinner the sheep station owners put on a roast dinner (lamb of course) and we all bought a plate to ...