Misty Valley Country Cottages

Address: 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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Apart of somthing true

A travel blog entry by gilligun89 on Sep 01, 2014

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... with short sharp showers and delayed rays of sun, there was no expectation to what this Monday of all Mondays would bring, to my joy I wake up to the sun staggering through the window blinds. Officially, I am now 25, and with shouts of happy birthday as well as the couple of handshakes and a pat on the back, everyone knows it, nonetheless for myself and everyone else it is a normal working day.
Soon after the end of my last day working, I wolf down lunch and make my way to ...

Moving Around The Coast

A travel blog entry by mattandliz on Jul 04, 2014

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... made it quite unpleasant walk for me! I nearly ran the last bit as my legs felt like they were going to give way. The other part of the walk was on the ground (thankfully) and took us though all of the tingle wood trees. It felt very surreal to be walking in what felt like a rainforest. As it was heading towards lunch we drove 10 minutes toward the coast and decided to have our picnic at conspicuous cliffs. The beach here was amazing. There ...

A couple of weeks down south.

A travel blog entry by robncarol on Feb 26, 2014

1 comment, 2 photos

... hot as expected but quite cool nights (cold compared with Perth). The show is all outside in a big Music Park. There are a lot of big trees so it is a matter of moving around as the shade moves. There is always plenty of room so it is not a problem. The music was great as usual with a few new and a few old familiar entertainers. It has fired us up again to think about going to Tamworth next year. We will see when ...

Back to Albany for me and tours.

A travel blog entry by peterjann on Oct 18, 2013

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... br> Went to a winery up the river which was nothing to write home about then back to the boat for morning tea with damper and as they travelled back more birds feeding and sightings along with dolphins and other sea life.
By the time they returned I had arrived at camp and went down to meet them with Neil.
After lunch we had a few necessities to get and that evening being no-cook Friday we went to a very old Irish pub called the Earl of ...


A travel blog entry by kangarog on Aug 17, 2013

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... lady on reception said that we couldn't take up the offer as we hadn't requested it when we checked in and that our tariff couldn't be changed on the computer! I stated that this wasn't very fair and so she went to ask the manager. He came out and reiterated there was nothing he could do!!!! I then told him that we'd probably go elsewhere. He didn't seem bothered about this. The campsite was virtually empty and he was turning away business. What ...