Yelverton Brook Eco Spa Retreat & Conservation Sanctuary
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... Harvest Semillon, and the best white wine I've ever tasted, the Shepherds Rhaspsody made from a Semillon/Sauvignon Blanc mix. I wanted to buy a bottle of the Malbec to bring back to the US, but since Notre Dame is a dry campus I have nowhere to store it :(.
Woody Nook was another stop on our tours, and if I'm honest, none of their wines stood out. I'm not saying they were bad, but nothing jumped at me. They had a fairly heavy 2011 ...
... calm seas. The beaches on the west side of the Cape have much bigger surf. We went to Meelup Beach which is a very pleasant family beach of course with Snow White sand and turquoise waves gently breaking onto it. When we go to spend some time on the beach, there is a lot of equipment that has to come with us. Apart from food and drink we have camping chairs for the elderly and low beach chairs for the more ...
... to check out for bushwalking along this stunning coastal scenery. Highly recommended!
From Conto's we head further south to Hamelin Bay, effectively just a caravan park on a spectacular bay. Day 1 at Hamelin was sunshine and swimming, with day 2 being wind and drizzle with more to come, so we decide to move away from the coast and head inland again.
So, its on we go as we slowly head towards home.
... and watched morning Sunday Sunrise for a while, read, baked a couple of cakes and then went for a drive around Busselton in the rain. A good lesson in map reading for me. Most of the roads were partially covered in water but at least the bottom of the Pajero was getting a good wash. Maybe the red dust would be rinsed away at least. In the afternoon Steph and I watched a movie while the boys bonded ...
... we had to head home as both of us were back to work in the evening but not before visiting one of MR most popular destinations; the chocolate factory. This place is amazing, although I had hoped it would be a little more like willy wonkas chocolate factory. There is a viewing glass area where you can see the chocolatiers working in the kitchen, there are free samples of chocolate buttons to try, and a cafe as well. It is very expensive though! At the ...