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- Continental Breakfast
- Room service
- Swimming pool
- Free High-Speed Internet
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... 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…….
Also recommended to us was a local ...
... the humpback whales are in the area. This place Busselton appears to be halfway between Darwin and Antarctica. Again I am amazed at the size of Australia, and how relatively close Antarctica is then. The next day I spend a day at sea chasing Hump Back whales, but the only whales we see are Pygmy blue whales, who travel in pairs. According to Google there are 10.000 of them, so pretty special to see. They are grey but look light blue when they come close to the ...
... It was a really good day, and we visited some wineries as well as a brewery and a distillery, a cheese shop and a chocolate factory. Winery tours are always great fun.
We stayed here for two nights, because we did the winery tour which took all day.
I went for a run/walk in Yallingup too, it's a bit hilly but very speccy.
... leaving without some of the delicious liqueur.
Then it was onto the Bootleg Brewery with some pint glass consumption of the boutique beer and cider. We had left over campfire cooked beef and vegetable sandwiches for lunch which for us tasted superior to any of the food on offer.
From there it was wine tasting time and we managed four different wineries before we ran out ...
... with just a single red sand track weaving through into the horizon, with the occasional property in the distance.
We retraced our steps and found the path that we should have headed out on. This joined onto the Cape to Cape Tack leading to Smith's Beach. This was a really impressive looking beach stretching for several miles. The sand was white and sparkling and the waves roared onto the beach. We found a sheltered spot and passed away a few hours. Afterwards, we walked ...