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Early rise today - cases outside for 7 a.m. off in the coach for 8.00 a.m. We were able to watch the commute into Perth whilst travelling south in the opposite direction. A regular train service which travels down the middle of the motorway and later dual carriage way. Quite narrow gauge and seemed to seat 2 and 2 across. Very many housing estate …
We only had 88kms to travel this morning so we took the scenic route. We headed to Margaret River first and parked up to walk the shops on the Main Street. Margaret River is so much bigger, and busier and more commercialised than the last time we were there (7-8 years ago). We visited all the surf shops, and the lolly shop! Next stop was Prevelly Beach, where surfing began in Yallingup in the 1950's. We ate our lunch as we watched some surfers and kite surfers ...
... it was a lot longer than that and very windy in and out along the beach - very pretty no doubt about that! Lochlan did amazingly well and Jacob was fantastic at keeping him entertained. They waved at cars and counted the number of toots and waves they got back = 53 waves and 9 toots. Evetually we made it and discovered that we in fact just cycled 23 Kilometres! Woah! Well done lads.
We had a quick ...
... in the morning the bakers here commence work at midday and the bread is ready for purchase around 5pm. There is nothing quite like the smell and taste of freshly baked bread, we bought two loaves, a ploughmans loaf and a fruit loaf at great expense. We paid $9.00 for the fruit loaf and it was all gone the following afternoon so we went back and bought more. Lucky we have our bikes with us…….
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... we headed underground at the Jewel cave. The cave goes 44 meters underground and was very dark. We saw stalactites, stalagmites, straws, cave coral, pendulites and columns that all form inside the caves. The pier at Busselton was a little of a disappointment because the underwater observatory was closed, but the train ride was still fun and we got to see dolphins when we were on the train. Another great place on our ...