Margaret River Resort
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- Swimming pool
- Wheelchair accessibility
- Kids activities or Babysitting
- Free parking
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Travel Blogs from Margaret River
... At first it was a little nerve racking to be honest, driving on the wrong side of the car. Driving on the left half of the road was not difficult to get used to and felt fairly natural actually. What threw me off was driving from the right hand side of the car! Mom, remember when I was just learning to drive and I would hug the right side of the road too much? Well I was hugging the left! It took a good couple hours to relearn to naturally line up ...
... gum of different species which shed their bark as part of their growing cycle and the bark, of course, just lies on the ground. This bark litter is very combustible and you can readily see how a forest fire would be nourished. We arrived back at our apartment and we decided to go to an Italian restaurant for dinner. The food and wine were very good and one of the highlights was Ollie's choice of pigs trotters for his main course. Another great ...
... to how he was from his Nan dying, but he could have just been apologising for his complete awkward and dull personality - I doubt so though. So today I got tested finally, and this story is funny it made my friends laugh when I told them..the nurse was so funny and down to earth, I liked her immediately. She asked me all the usual stuff and we established that I need an STI and pregnancy test, but that the pregnancy test may not be reliable because it's too soon to tell after ...
Another day around the Margaret River region. Went through the Ellensbrook Homestead built in 1857 by Ellen & Alfred Bussell. The site was chosen because it was protected from storms & they had access to fresh water & fertile soil. Some of the walls of the house were made from hand split slabs of Karri laid vertically and supported by bush poles & driftwood. Gaps between the slabs were chalked with paperbark. The inner ...
... Visited 2 more wineries on the way home and actually bought a couple of bottles. Can't come all the way to Margaret River without buying their wine! One of the wineries was called the Voyager. It was like a palace. Magnificent and obviously making lots of profit. The wines were not as expensive as we had first thought. It had a restaurant as well and the lawns and surrounding gardens were so well ...