Forte Cape View Apartments
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- Free parking
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We left Busselton mid morning and headed to Augusta via Margaret River arriving around 12.30 at Flinders Bay Caravan Park where we had our first set up in a beautiful sheltered site. We stayed here for two nights and spent most of the time sorting out the van and trying out new features. On Wednesday we left at 9.45 and set off for Denmark. The drive took us along the Brockman Highway and then to Pemberton where we had an hours break ...
... br> on the sand. Perfect in great weather,
We moved on to Cape Naturaliste, and checked out the Cape
Naturaliste Light House. Not as big and
impressive as the one at Cape Leeuwin yesterday, but still impressive. Built in 1903, and still functioning. Nearby Bunker Bay was also very impressive, but again too windy for the canoes, so we pushed-on...
We then went to Yallingup Beach, which was ...
... Aussie Bush Flies over winter any day. Please be safe and warm.
Doug and I are off to Indonesia next. We’ll be traveling through Bali and Lombok over the Christmas holidays. I’m not sure how often I’ll be able to communicate via internet, so I’d like to extend my holiday greetings at this time:
HAPPY HOLIDAYS EVERYONE! WISHING YOU LOTS OF MERRY TIMES AND SUNNY SKIES. ...
... us and after a bike ride into Gracetown in the morning the four of us headed out to Leeuwin Estate to the village along with thousands of others. As you enter the village we were each given a tasting glass and then had to purchase "gems" which is the currency in the village. Each gem is worth $7.00 and with that you can buy a glass of wine (tastings were free) or a sample plate of food from which there was a huge variety ...
... improving and enlarging the city for the last 10 years. We stayed across the road from Koombana Beach and about 50 metres from where they feed the wild dolphins.
We also visited this quirky little place called Gnomesville. Yes, you guessed it, a village full of garden gnomes that people from all over the world have brought there. Lots of memorials, lots of lovely plaques, but thousands and thousands of gnomes. Very clever...