Abbey Beach Resort
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TravelPod Member ReviewsAbbey Beach Resort Busselton
I like this hotel very very much ...people working in hotel very polite and helpful....nice to stay coz the room facilities very good
good for staying .......
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This morning we decided to head to Cape Naturaliste and Leeuwin National Park and do some more exploring of this very beautiful area. The weather was good so off we went after breakfast. We stopped off at Meelup beach, a beautiful secluded bay where a few people were already enjoying the sunshine. Then we went onto Eagle Bay and wow, an even more beautiful beach as well as some very expensive houses!
We continued onto the lighthouse at the end of the road ...
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On another note, I tried Vegemite again…still not good. I will give it another shot, but I’m doubtful that the fifth taste will be any better. I do, however, love Milo. Milo is a drink powder similar to Nesquik, but delicious. The powder is malted barley, cocoa, and a bit of sugar, and you mix with cold or hot milk. My favorite is Milo and cold milk, and I’m so in love. ...
... the Gabriel Chocolate Factory as well as Howard Park and Madfish Wines before 5pm when both establishments closed. By the time we got out of Samudra it was 4:15pm, leaving us with precious little time and still a fair distance to drive. Good thing we had all that practice with high-speed sunset game drives in Southern Africa in 2012; we were poised and ready for a high-speed late afternoon chocolate/winery drive-by.
After a long and agonizing decision-making process ...
We had a cheeky overnight visitor - no idea who he belonged to but sooo good to cuddle a 4 legged friend of the fox terrier variety.
This morning started with a 6am alarm for Lee and Charli to hit the seaside streets for a jog. I think Lee feels a little guilty for his 'beer tasting paddle' efforts over the last week. What a fab jog he had with the waves thumping Point Break style at Yallingup Beach and the local seaside mansions to ogle along the way.
Our first port of ...
Well today is the day....we are packing up the camper and the Nissan....I have a feeling that its going to e a busy day. Lets hope that it all gets a spot and that we do this mammoth job without too much bickering... I have my zipped mouth on. Hehe!!! I'll let. You know how it goes...... Well so far so good....we have not had words....I would say a miracle....it's now Monday night and we are very excited......only one more sleep....as tomorrow we start off on our ...