Misty Valley Country Cottages
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... chips, cookies, and candy to keep us from going too hungry.
Finally, we made it to the Valley of the Giants. Because it had rained off and on all day, I grabbed my rain jacket, and I was so thankful I did. Just as we started up the metal slope, the rain started coming down, but fortunately just for a few minutes. The tree top walk's highest point is 40 metres, but the entire walkway is either sloping up or sloping down. We had to space out a little as ...
... Westerly point in Australia, where the Southern and Indian Oceans meet. There was some excellent displays in the Information Centre about the history of the lighthouse and the ships wrecked around that coast as well as story's of the men that built and ran it.
Continuing on the Brockman, Stewart and Vasse Highways we drove on to Pemberton, a very sleepy ...
... first settlement in Western Australia in 1826. The Brig Amity was lost in the Bass Strait in 1845. The replica was completed in 1977, the 150th anniversary year of Western Australia's birthplace. We went on board to look around and it was fascinating. The accommodation was very cramped and limited and to think of everyone living all crammed together like that with no privacy makes you realise how hard it must have been. Not like the ...
... at camp after making space in the front toolbox of the camper squeezing in our new purchase. This is the first few days of chilling we have had for about a week.
Office use only:
Weather: Cool & Cloudy 23
Dinner: Bacon & Mushroom Carbonara
Hot Water Unit: $180
Day 42, Friday, 11th January, 2013
Written by: Suzanne
Another lazy morning with a late breakfast ...
Meeting Hansi!!! A big day for us, as he is one of the only friends we've met for more than 4 months now. We slowly introduced him into camping and he seemed to enjoy it, except for his fear that a murderer is tiptoeing around our camping car and is going to kill us all. A everyday event at a campground, for sure ;) Went down to Elephant Rocks (big nice rocks in the ocean which look like elephants with lots of phantasy), the next day to Augusta and Hamelin ...