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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Travel Blogs from Yallingup
... be irresponsible (don't worry we took turns being irresponsible).. Thank god for the meals and entertainment card....we really lashed out here (waistlines not too happy about it). Favourite beach : Eagle Bay (had it to ourselves) Favourite wine : Cape Mentelle Sauvignon Semillon Favourite place to watch the waves (and surfers) : Yallingup ...
... told us the wind was at 70 Klms an hour today and they stop the tours at 80klms. Not sure if I feel lucky? The average wind speed here in Augusta is about 59 Klms an hour. Oh my that would do my head in! We loved the tour and the photos show our delight from yet another amazing unique experience we shared.
... old water wheel used to pump water up to the lighthouse, before finding a nice camp at Alexandra Bridge to stay the night. It was a lovely camping ground right on the river with friendly ducks and a swing set.
The Margaret River region was incredibly beautiful with vast and contrasting scenery to enjoy and many attractions and activities to take part in. Definitely a place we would like to revisit - perhaps in the ...
... hints of vanilla and horseradish, aromas of nutmeg and straw - you know the kind of thing. We weren't allowed to say "I don't like that" instead we should say " thats complicated" or "not to my palate". hmmm… overbearing aromas of pretentious wossname if you ask me…
So we tried a selection of wines - some white, some red, a couple of rose, each interspersed with water to "cleanse the mouth". I secretly think they didn't want us ...
... 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 ...