Yelverton Brook Eco Spa Retreat & Conservation Sanctuary
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... to even position the board was a good idea. And that's his fault for insisting we do it so badly, I wasn't comfortable with it. I just let him get on with it himself, he wasn't very good at it either but he was much more confident than me at it. We were lying on the beach (not close to each other because he was too awkward to be anywhere near me of course), and he gets a message saying his Nan had died. It was expected because he had been getting updates all weekend from his mum, ...
... very popular for a variety of birds and the odd kangaroo. We had 5 kookaburras in the tree above our caravan one morning, 3 babies, mum and dad all waiting for a feed.
One of the biggest weekends in the Margaret River area is the Gourmet Escape weekend and we had fluked the timing and happened to be there at the right time. The three day foodies heaven showcases WA's fresh produce, gourmet delicacies and of course ...
... who lives at Margaret River - the last time she saw him he was 12 years old - he is now 50.
After the cave we went for drive thorough the Cowaramup countryside and visited a farm-stay and noticed an interesting and innovative lawn mower - see photos ...
... Eventually he caught two fish, I thought that was dinner sorted, but he gave the fish away, claiming that we didn't have anywhere to cook it. Damn.
Finally, we went out in search of the joys of Dunsborough on a Sunday night, only to find that there weren't any. If there is a deader town than this, I've yet to see it. In the words of The Specials, "This town (toown) is nothing but a ghost ...
... was a great choice. This place will be on the itinerary next time we visit this area as it is a beautiful spot and I would love to see if when the roses were in full bloom. We both had tasting platters for lunch, myself the 'swim' one and Brian had the 'Walk' one. Again the rain did spoil it a little, however the views of the gardens from our warm cosy spot ...