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- Continental Breakfast
- Swimming pool
- Room service
- Free High-Speed Internet
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... United States, a nice English couple called Simon and Anne and others from far flung places like the Czech Republic. Unfortunately the sky is not totally clear but we do get a lovely view of the night sky. The highlight is a shooting star which flashes past and fizzles out really nearby. It is almost like a firework, it seems so close. After dinner we stroll back to the resort and have a night cap at the bar before going back to our ...
... flashes. For example, the Augusta Lighthouse has exactly 7.5 seconds between flashes. This can be timed out at sea by a sailor to know which lighthouse it is, and where they are in the indian or south ocean.
Monday was a nice day. We woke up and went to tea at a berry farm, the name escapes me at the moment. We then went on a hike to Meekadarribee Falls. Let me tell you, this waterfall is very underwhelming compared to ...
... to the highest bit of the cave next when there was an adventure tunnel. It was at first just a regular tunnel, then you came out to a little area with shiny crystals everywhere. We saw something called dog tooth crystal. They were the best crystals I saw in that cave. We went to a chocolate shop! It was like heaven in their, there were were loads of sample chocolate, Chocolate ...
... we are, select "Get email updates" under "About the Author" on the side of the blog. You will then get an email whenever the blog is updated. If you do not want these emails just search for Bluenanou in the Travelpod website whenever you think " I wonder where they are". Carly, I will note your requests for less about food and photos of Mark with a glass of wine. For those who are interested in food and wine I will add this as a postscript. Au revoir Annie and ...
... eat them on the foreshore as we watched the sunset. What a great way to finish Australia Day with the family, perfect! The last day of our holiday...so sad...don't know if we are going to cope with the rush rush of normal life. Brad drove into Dunsborough for a much needed haircut. The kids and I hit the beach. Jayde and I did some ocean swimming while the boys dug tunnels in the sand, then the kids hit the waves. I have never seen so much sand in the ...