Olive Hill Farm Cottage
- Continental Breakfast
- Breakfast Available
- Wireless internet connection in room (surcharge)
- Refrigerator in room
- Non-smoking hotel
- Microwave in room
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Travel Blogs from Margaret River
... but if we kept up the same pace we would make it in time. We continued along Georgette Road to Point Road Campground where there were, not surprisingly, lots of campers (it was Easter after all).
The turn off after Point Road Campground wasn't hard to see, it was just the fact that we thought it would be further than it was (It wasn't sign posted)....Anyway we overshot it by about 500 metres and had to turn back and head up hill for the last section of the day, up ...
... is a winemaker. Lunch was at The Bootleg Brewery, where Josh enjoyed a tasting paddle of their produce. Favourite beer - not sure. Next on the agenda was going to be Cheeky Monkey, but a secret source said it's close to the worse beer in the region, so we deviated to Cowaramup Brewing Co (which Josh wasn't impressed with), and Colonial Brewing Co. A quiet night in, poor Paddy had a small break-down so was warranted. Off to Pemberton ...
... a designated driver! A particular highlight of our stay was our visit to Eagle Bay, this is by far one of our favourite spots as the sea was such a bright azure especially next to the pristine white sands, all only a stones throw from the local lighthouse.
Another anecdote of the Margaret River we are unlikely to forget in a hurry is the makers market. Happily strolling ...
... a block of vintage cheddar just for himself, which has since been demolished. Well Bodie takes after me with my love of cheese, Dalton has my love of chocolate, it looks like Jed's going to be the family wino. We did a quick stop at the ice cream shop and finally ended the day at the berry farm. No fresh fruit but lots of jams, chutneys, sauces and even fruit flavoured alcohol. Now to find room for our little stash from our stay at Margaret River. Next time we come it will be sans ...
... to admit I was feeling more than a little queasy. As I was also tired, I wanted to sit down, but that just made it worse. Continually losing sight of the horizon as you are first staring up at the sky before the front of the boat comes crashing down and it seems like you're going to go down like the Titanic does not make for a comfortable trip. Fortunately I didn't lose the contents of my stomach, but I came uncomfortably close a few times.
Back on land the ...