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... a 6 year old Aussie can do this so can I…so we push onward through the darkness.]
Sean is our guide for a Margaret River Discovery Tour. This includes canoeing on the lovely Margaret River, sampling local honeys in an ancient aboriginal site, hiking a spectacular small portion of the Cape to Cape track, lunch on local products, and of course sampling some lovely wines at 2 wineries. (see prior ...
... hours are horrible: 8-10am, 4-9pm. They have a couple trust issues and try as they might they really don't seem to have the whole organized cleaning routine down, every once in a while there a vacated bed thats just been forgotten. They also tend to overbook but with that in mind there are two hostels quite close to each other and they help each other out if they need to. Other than the above I'm not to sure what else I've got to contribute to hostel ...
... us! Being an affluent town, we already knew finding a cheap campsite wasn’t going to be easy in Margaret River and the ones we had as a backup weren’t looking promising. So seeing a campsite sign, we tried our luck and headed down a small lane, past a paddock of Kangaroos and down a dirt lane over a field, we hit lucky! To our surprise we found a very nice little farm at the bottom with an excellent ...
... named as their slow swimming close to shore and high oil content made them just perfect to endanger) and pods of dolphins use the bay to shelter but we didn't see any this time. The water was as clear as Koh Tao while the Beach equaled Otres in all but fresh coconuts and company. Our privacy was only interrupted by a couple guiding their boat into the jetty and the flies that are irritatingly abundant during November. It's $22 (£12) pp for a guided tour of Jewel Cave, ...
... 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 ...