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... Munda Biddi trails. The part of the trail we went on is a 'dual use' trail ie it is for walkers and cyclists. Given our mountain biking experience we found we were also doing 'dual exercise'. Allan seems to have perfect balance up and down hills. All Sharon can see is the dollar signs of when she breaks an arm. That may not be a positive attitude! Eventually her confidence grew and it was more cycling than walking. Funny at home none of these hills would be a problem. It is just ...
... where we could see the Southern and Indian oceans at the same time. It was a little scary driving close to the edge of the world.
After a very long busy day of riding and all the fun stuff we headed back to our home away from home. Had a very light supper went to sleep while watching a movie dreaming of what was to be the next day. So until my next blog know that I love you all. GOD BLESS.. Many Hugs.
... against doing it).
Just up the road is Manjimup, where we had planned to re-stock, but it's Sunday, and both Coles and Woolworths are closed here. So we only bought bread for lunch. We found a fascinating park, focusing on the timber industry. It looks like it was originally set up as a commercial operation that didn't work out, and is now owned by the council and now open as a public park. We spent an hour or so exploring it ...
... by some of the surfers that we saw today. After water time, dinner time! We found a nice cafe called Sunsets in Gracetown and had a splendid lunch. I had a vegetarian brunch including halloumi, salad, poached egg and marinated tofu and it was packed full of flavour, it was a pleasant surprise. Back in the van and moving down the West Coast towards Augusta, we stopped to take some photos when we saw some tall trees in an impressive forrest. We ended up in Hamelin Bay. It ...
... which for J meant dessert) and for me the news announcement that Kimi Raikkonen will be joining Ferrari next year.
Our last two days we spent driving around the Margaret River wine region, where we visited Cape Leeuwin, and had lunch at the Leeuwin Estate, after which J sampled some dessert wines and we ultimately visited the pretty Lake Cave, one of the many caves in the region. Unfortunately, the weather kept us from exploring some more, but I am already looking ...