Travel Blogs from Margaret River
We rose early and were on the road before 8am. We breakfasted at an off-road cafe where the jam doughnuts were excellent! By mid morning we were in the delightful sounding town of Bunbury, where cousin Ric***********e of his stone spheres displayed in the gardens of an office block. Over a metre in diameter and beautifully smooth it rotated on …
... the passenger's sun visor. It had a diagram the same as our warning light. It read...fuel compromised and an arrow....go to dealer. There is also a diagram for if it flashes and to stop and do some technical stuff. So, now we had no phone signal and knew there was a problem! We kept going and I watched the phone...got a signal, rang Mosman Toyota where we bought the Prado from and got through to the service centre. They said we had picked up some dodgy fuel and needed to drain ...
... viewing the goods on offer. Next was the Chocolate Company with such a huge variety of temptations on offer making it impossible to resist, where we left with arm full of delicious goodies. Next to the Chocolate Company was the M R Providore where we indulged sampling chocolate liqueur’s and an endless variety
of sauces, chutneys and olive oils. Once again it was impossible ...
... beans, avocados, meat and lots of other fruit and vegetables. The croissants were the girls favourites.
The most spectacular tourist site were the caves. There are over 200 caves in the area, many which cannot be visited. We decided to see the Mammoth Cave, the Lake Cave and the Jewel Cave. Each cave was different. The Mammoth cave was possibly the biggest of the three caves and was self guided. We got to take our time in ...
... beautiful pictures of these areas in the promotional brochures and magazines.
Once settled in to CV park we are back in the car for a look around the area. First down to Cowaramup Bay to gaze at the breaks that should be. There is now a settlement of several hundred houses here now and growing and even a boat launching ramp in the lee of Nth Point.
On along the coast road to Margaret River or more precisely Prevelley which is near the river mouth. The ...
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