Peppermint Brook Cottages
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... walk back into town and enjoyed dinner at the Margaret River Hotel. We had to wait for a table... this is a busy place. What a great day catching up. Tomorrow more adventures.
To be continued...
Vanochtend stopte we voor wat boodschappen in het stadje. We zorgde dat we alle ingredienten hadden voor een goed ontbijt voor onze gasten Greg en Tara. Daarna gingen we naar een koffie roosterij in de valley. Rond 1 uur in de middag arriveerde Greg en ...
... they have a caravan (trailer) in Canada. They reckon they have never seen anything like it. They were hilarious.
Hamlin Beach was our first tourist spot today and we wanted to walk. No way was that going to happen. We took one look at the beach, the looming skies, and headed for Vincent, pronto! Played scrabble and had lunch. No go for weather improvement so headed out for Prevelley Beach. Also beautiful, grey to threatening skies, blowing a gale. Gave up!
Jenelle and I started out about 6:15 AM for a journey I will never forget. We headed south going through more beautiful country and little towns. The sunrise was amazing with beautiful different colored clouds. We had little showers along the way but that was okay too as we saw most amazing rainbows as we traveled along the highway looking at the beautiful scenery. We stopped in pretty little town of ...
... her choice of activities also - such as enjoying a stroll and lunch at Laurance Winery.
We left Laurance Winery satisfied and kept heading north visiting the coast line along the way. Busselton is less than 50 kms from Margaret River township and could be considered the gateway to the Margaret River region. Our intentions were to stop and take a walk on the 1.8km long Jetty before hitting the road again but as we were driving into Busselton we noticed that ...
... gorgeous rocks bordering canals that appear to be shaped so perfectly. Then we travelled to Gracetown for a look at the surf and bumped into Janine and Michael from Queenscliff, totally random and we both had a laugh and chatted for a while before we moved off to look at Prevally at the mouth of Margaret River. We decided to camp here as the park looked lovely and it appeared to be pretty quiet. Set up camp and then went into Margaret River to ...