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- Room service
- Free High-Speed Internet
- Swimming pool
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... had calmed down, we walked down to the beach. Yes the water was cold, but we walked north around the bay, the kids found some waves and had a bit of a muck around. It was about 5pm and there were heaps of people down at the beach. We sat and watched the sunset a little, then back to camp for dinner. Another uno comp (1 win each to Ky and Connor) then to bed in the tent for the kids. It was a shame the 3 year old in the tent behind us was screaming ...
... with a baby snake in it's beak, and then saw it take it to it's nest in a tree hollow.
We then went to Eagles Heritage, a place that cares for injured birds. They put on a raptor display which was fantastic. The Black Kites are so agile and put on a good display, and anyone interested in holding a barn-owl was given the opportunity.
From here we went to a silk place and saw the silk worms at work and then did a few more of the gourmet experiences available in ...
... to Bunnings, Super Cheap and any other Hardware shop they could find. Stephanie cooked a wonderful sea food dinner and we had apple pies for dessert. Good cold weather food. Played cards and lost (or came second) but we will win next time for sure. Spending one more day in Busselton. Hopefully the weather will be more favourable tomorrow. Good day to take it easy but not much to "write home" about I ...
... the tent. We put our head torches on and were puzzled as to what it might be. We agreed it wasn't the gas canister leaking. Chris came to the only logical conclusion...
...IT'S A SNAKE!
We promptly changed ends of the tent and huddled together as the hissing grew louder and closer. Sarah practised procedures for what to do if it got into the vestibule, including pulling the blanket over our heads to ensure venom would not get onto ...
... carrying in our rucksacks. Chris was starting to look more like a donkey when he put his rucksack on then a man, due to the five extra bits hanging off from his pack (the tent, roll matt, blankets, ukulele and food bag!) Therefore one day and night at Yallingup quickly turned into two, then three and so on! The fact that Yal's had a very laid back vibe, pub selling Little Creatures and a most beautiful beach made staying very easy.
We spent our first full day in Yal's on ...