Misty Valley Country Cottages

52 Hovea Road, Denmark, Western Australia, 6333 , Australia | Ranch
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This ranch, located on 52 Hovea Road, Denmark, is near Out Of Sight! Tours.
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Travel Blogs from Denmark

Denmark has certainly delivered!

A travel blog entry by mckenna.simone on Apr 26, 2014

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... floss. Check out the photos for a sneak peek at the life changing breakfasts! We were so completely satisfied and nearly had to roll to the car as the meals were massive. I can't recommend this cafe highly enough! The decor was cute with a vintage, high tea feel, the service was second to none with the young barista making incredible and HOT coffee and the food choice was insane- there wasn't anything on the menu I didn't want to try! Everything that came out of ...

Easy in Albany

A travel blog entry by caravantics on Nov 30, 2013

6 comments, 13 photos

... showing different films about whales and the whaler's nemesis, sharks. We stood on the large flensing deck and with the assistance of a tour guide, some audio and old photographs we each conjured up our own gruesome picture of how the whales were cut up and duly processed. It was all very interesting and I left feeling glad that I'm neither a flenser, nor responsible for washing a flenser's clothing. At Porongurup National Park we walked uphill for ...


A travel blog entry by sasha.jentley on Nov 18, 2013

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... episodes (there's a tv in there too). We then set off for a winery that was suggested to Chris at the bottle shop, called the Thirsty Camel, where he also got a map of Denmark. We set off for the Lake House, a winery just a few k's from Singlefile. Of course there was a beautiful lake, but the vineyard seemed small. We walked in and found some "vino food" but decided to taste wine before ruining our palate with sauces and jams made from wines and/or grapes. The ...

Whale World

A travel blog entry by 10feettripping on Sep 09, 2013

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... in the holds underneath the deck. It was like we stepped back in time and we were exploring just after the ship returned from a mission. In its day, a quota of 600 whales a season was granted. Today the complex is a ghost town. All the buildings now display equipment used for whaling, and one large building housed the skeletons of whales. The Pygmy Blue Whale skeleton was ...


A travel blog entry by kangarog on Aug 20, 2013

69 photos

... rock boulders to Elephant Rocks. I came here back in November and was really looking forward to bringing Jay here as the rocks here are incredible. They really do look like a herd of elephants paddling in the shallow aquamarine waters looking out to the ocean. They were a stunning sight to see once again. After soaking up this wonderful place for a while we scrambled our way over the rocks back to Greens Pool and then went for a ...