Caves House Hotel Yallingup
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- Continental Breakfast
- Meeting rooms/conference facilities
- Breakfast Available
- Wireless internet connection in room (free)
- Wireless internet connection in public areas
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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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... time difference from Melbourne. We were on the right side of the plane to get our first view of Uluru. We also see Kata Tjuta which is another unique rocky outcrop about 45 kilometres away which is also sacred to the aborigines and we will also be visiting. We are picked up at the airport and taken to Longitude 131 where we are "camping" for two nights. The "camp" is the nearest accommodation to Uluru and each of the 15 guest ...
... I finished my first game with a score of 130, and the second with a score of 160!! I even have the scoresheet as proof! The names on the sheet are all nicknames we have - mine being Ndog.
On Saturday morning we headed out for our retreat. We drove from Fremantle down to the Busselton Jetty on Saturday and had Chinese for lunch! It was nice to see the Busselton Jetty again and it made for a nice stretch break. We then checked ...
Yallingup means the place of love. Paul and I went there for our honeymoon 13 years ago. This time Paul was flying solo with kids and had great waves and enjoyed the Caves Hotel, the walk to Cape Naturaliste and trips to Dunsborough. I did a quick, surprise frequent flyer point trip to the Uk for my cousins wedding, for a big family catch up and to see my new nephew Arthur. It was fantastic. Back to Perth 7 days ...
... wise to sit outside with a couple of their finest and some munchies. We teamed up to play coights and a bean bag throwing game. The Shell / Jax team won narrowly on both.
Margaret River Chocolate Factory was another destination with the kids thinking they were in heaven with the bowles with free samples. We rolled out of there and I don't think much was bought in the end.
Simmo's Ice Creamery ...
... nearby that could have caused the rangers to close the park. We found out later that the reason for the closure was because all of their firefighters and their equipment has been sent to help at the Northcliffe fire, so they had very few resources available if a fire did break out locally, and so they closed the camp sites and walking trails as a precaution. We headed a little closer to Margaret River, and stopped for the night at Big Valley Campsite ...