Kilifi Beach Villa
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... farm, which was nestled amongst the picturesque hills, and about 10 minutes out of Margaret River. Cost per night was $28. The farm encompasses a beautiful secret valley, hidden from the outside world and at this time of year it is oh so green.
The boys lit the fire outside the camp kitchen and we had a drink there with two other couples from Alexandra in Victoria before ...
... absolutely bladdered before lunch. Our second stop was also our lunch stop. Linda had prepared a selection of meats, and dips and spreads and chutneys to try. There was everything from pesto, slices of roast beef, cheese, fresh bread, and more unusual things such as smoked crocodile, kangaroo, and strange, small and tart little berries. all of it was delicious! she even had a widgetty grub for anyone brave enough - of course I put my hand up. It ...
... but just outside our 'everyday drinking' budget. Glad we went to them though.
Then a bit further south to the caves area of the southwest. There is lots of limestone in this area, and there are very many caves. Several are open to the public, and while we didn't plan to do a cave tour, we did stop at Lake Caves to see what their story was. Wow! A fantastic (free) interpretive centre, with a ...
... a number of coastline and bush walks locally, collecting some more firewood, attempting to catch a fish.
The following day unfortunately the weather closed in and did it rain – even hailed. So what does one do – explore the various food establishments - ie the Toffee Factory which also produced wonderful chutneys, ciders, icecream; then the Denmark Chocolate Co for a hot chocolate made with Dark Belgian chocolate and ...
... first we had to rock-hop across a brook on the beach.
Trudging across the headland with a south-west wind blowing (normally we've had a north-west wind, so this was something different). There was a longboard surf championship happening at Gracetown and there were masses of boardriders in the bay. It was a sunny day, with only a few clouds, so it promised to be lucky with the weather.