Kilifi Beach Villa
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... one vineyard a day (maybe 2). We sample all their wares, and then purchase a bottle (maybe 2), for that’s night’s dinner in our House in the Woods. We visit the tasting rooms of Cape Mentelle, Leeuwin (where we also have a great lunch), Hamilin Bay, Voyager, Redgrave, Edwards, Fraser Gallop and Pierro. The Margaret River area is known for their premium wines and I have to say the overall quality of the wines is ...
... get it was very good. We took a different route back to Margaret River (the town) and stopped off at Hamelin Bay. This was a large bay with a superb beach. It was not a surfers beach so there were very few people on it. It is renowned for being home to a lot of Rays which are a protected species. We were lucky to see some large and small Rays leisurely swimming close to the shore. The countryside in this part of W.A. is heavily forested. The trees ...
... and got a DVD, which was free to borrow, and we watched The Iron Lady before going to bed
Today is devoted to visiting chocolate factories, olive oil producers, beaches and wineries. The surprise find was there is a Target store in Margaret River that opens early, so Linda did some bargain hunting. We visited some of the best wineries in the region and tasted some great wines. Look for ...
... ontspanning en herstel van het zware "weekend". We liepen richting het stadje voor vers brood en vers fruit sap. In de middag genoten we nog een keer van Millers ijs een erg goed product.
Margaret River is een heerlijke stop geweest en we hebben een paar mooie locale wijnen voor de rest van de trip gekocht.
Morgen begint de tocht richting het oosten.
lots of love/Groetjes,
Shirley and Mark
... s direction as well. From Thursday to late Saturday all the messages came in. Dependent on who was where, who was in phone range, and if we were in phone range. It was lovely to catch up with everyone and Allan was thrilled.
After a bit of Google(ing) Sharon found a cafe she remembered from our last visit. Bunker Bay near Dunsborough. A most scenic spot. To boot the budget and prices were in agreement and ...