Caves House Hotel Yallingup
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Stopped for a beer with Corey and Felise. Didn't realise we had the house keys and the others were locked out.
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... used to enhance the special features of the cave.
The following day we made our way down to Augusta, stopping at a few places of interest along the way. First we stopped by the chocolate factory to sample some of Margaret River's finest chocolate - yum!! I also enjoyed tasting some chocolate liqueurs - delicious! We then went to the nougat factory to sample some nougat and nougat liqueurs and gaze upon the ...
... beach. This was a very special beach because it had a reef, meaning there was a calm and protected area of aqua clear water lapping on pristine white sand. Beyond, waves broke on the reef creating a powerful, pounding surf. We read, sunbathed, Sarah had a swim and Chris played his ukulele. All in all it was a very chilled day, finished off with a lemon ice pole and two films of equal badness, All In One Day and The Prom.
The next day we met lovely Maggie, a black ...
... effervescent electrolyte tablet into the bottle before it went for its morning roll and the pressure inside the bottle was about equal to a carbonated beverage forgotten overnight in the freezer.
Our next point of interest was Jewel Cave, the largest cave (accessible to the general public) in Western Australia. We signed up for the one hour cave tour – Tanya was all set for low-light, slow speed photography with her camera monopod that she had lugged all the way across ...
... our day of tasting in the sunshine at the Cheeky Monkey Brewery, where J tasted some beers and I settled my stomach with a bag of crisps.
I also ventured into the shop and collected what would be our picnic dinner, which we took into the garden back at the hotel, whilst polishing off the bottles of wine we had started on earlier. Needless to say we were fast asleep by 9pm that evening...
On Monday morning, not quite ready to leave, we grabbed a ...
... families piled on with packed lunches and ipods
fully charged for the kids, so that we could enjoy a bit of grown up fun. The
kids were all so great. We made sure we visited some wineries and breweries
with playgrounds to break the boredom but they were just as happy to be hanging
out together all day. The region is absolutely beautiful with lush farms and
green vineyards just a short drive from the ocean. A week was just not long