Smiths Beach Resort
- Swimming pool
- Free High-Speed Internet
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... rash a lot better and nearly disappeared so no doctor needed) we declined the chance of walking to the end and back and just spent a couple of hours at leisure in the shade. It was a chance to catch up on purchasing supplies for the evening (we are in a self catering apartment for the next two nights) but again supermarket too far away so will eat at a local pub.
Lovely grounds to where we are and great apartment with all ...
After a really healthy yummy organic lunch at Samudra in Dunsborough we ventured down to Smiths Beach near Yallingup. The surf was nuts! Clint and I were getting smashed around by the quite large waves! It felt good to be back at the beach and such a beautiful one at that. We spent the day with the 'Block Shop Crew' from Sydney again. Never ...
... with the public. Tours began very soon after with women wearing their full dress of hoops, corsets and bustles and the men in tuxedo's. Such was the times. It was hard enough doing it in jeans and flat shoes. The oxygen level was low and the temperature warm. Can imagine some of the women in the early days fainting in the their finery. Another wonderful ...
... of the tour we think we had eaten around $7 worth of chocolate, which was the cost of a packet of the mini buttons. Funny enough we did not feel the need to purchase anything here!
We moved onto the Cheese Factory and tried several different kinds. We purchased a creamy cheddar, which was delicious with our lunch for the next couple of days.
Our final stop for the day was The Cheeky Monkey Brewery. You could purchase a tasting ...
We arrived into Yallingup on the bus from Busselton, thirty minutes up the road. We were dropped off at a cross road with little else around. We put on our backpacks, our arm muscles feeling like they were getting stronger every time we lifted our rucksacks up! Luckily only five minutes down the road we found our campsite, The Caves Caravan Park.
Yallingup, known to locals as "Yal's", is a mecca for surfers and wine lovers. For the romantics out there, Yallingup means ...