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... The only downside to the catch-up was, that by the time we had finished eating and chatting and wandered down to the markets they were in the process of packing up…..Oh Bugger!!
After farewelling Linda and Marc we took a drive past the caravan park that we’ll be staying at in Busselton (from tomorrow) and bumped into Peter and Cheryl who were also staying there (we first met them back in Denmark) we spent ...
... and I tasted the best Shiraz wine I have ever had. It actually tasted like real wine and not a mouth sucking peppery concoction (I am not a fan of Shiraz). Of course I bought a bottle. We next went to the Laurant Winery and I did not have a tasting, as I knew It would cost money so we had lunch instead. It was a revelation to use their toilets as they were sumptuous. The Controller as very impressed and even took some photos. One thing we ...
... with funding the rehabilitation side. They have an eagle, hawks, falcons, and owls on display in cages in the public section, but the show was the wonderful part. First, everyone in the audience of six got a turn at having Ivy, a beautiful common barn owl perched on our arm. She sat there calmly on a leather glove while the handler, Phil, told us more about the sanctuary, and eventually he would coax her to step from our arm back to his. ...
This morning we made a short stroll into the town for bread and coffee and then back to the campsite for the big breakfast. After that we were ready for the trip to the most south westerly tip of Australia. We steadied ourselves with some very strong Yahava coffees as our first stop on the trip.... even Mark tried out some coffee shots. The hyper just got more hyper... scary!
We arrived at Cape Leeuwin and took the audio tour of the lighthouse. ...
... market Day 2 Bunbury. The night was very windy to start and then developed into heavy rain. The night was also rough especially as the inconsiderate people ( young men ) next to Bob and Anne who left their radio on a doff/doff music station all night thus preventing us all to get little or no sleep. The most rewarding part of this saga is that when they eventually returned home at around 3.30am all their bedding and blankets where wet and soggy We got up at 6.30am ...