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Today was sad when I woke up to no Ella no Kathryn and no Andy yep they were all gone. Any hoo we had pancakes for breakfast and then we had a surprise visit from Lucy the dog next door. She had come over while her owner is not home. she wasn't very happy when she found out that her owner was gone she was barking and breaking Wopwops garden & howling. Finally it was lunch time, I had noodles and bread, after lunch we ...
Today was Andy and Kathryn's wedding. The got married in Pop And Wopwop's back yard, then we went to the town hall for dinner and dancing. I had the meat brisket for dinner and wedding cake for pudding I also had some fizzy drink. It was a really great day and night but I was really tired so Mum and Dad took us home with Ella at about 10.30. I went straight to ...
... 5 mths out from this trip and I'm now second guessing our itinerary. Do we add in another town/city to our trip which condenses our other stops 'go, go, go!??' It would also add an extra 5 hours or so of car travel for a two night, one full day in Battambang. Today I'm thinking 'stick with the original plan', a nice mix of seeing everything we want to see and some down ...
... Good fun.
To round out our non-wine experiences we drive the Brokunup Forest Drive to have a picnic and also visit Hamelin Bay to see the Rays (super cool). There are 10 or so big black monsters by the dock. After 10 days of rain the sun comes to Margaret River and we finally are able to have a beach day. And the Surf is up! There is a surfing competition out at Surfer’s Point so we head out ...
Making a quick exit from Potters Gorge, escaping the flies, we once again headed further south. Firstly reaching the quaint sleepy sea side town of Busselton (exactly how you would imagine rural Australia) we wandered the beach and roamed the town, picking up a few supplies- first on the list a fly swat! Heading further down we stopped at Yallingup to take in the amazing scenery of endless coastlines, talcum powdered ...