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... place in Oz and the Bootleg Brewery is a good one. They had seven beers to try ranging from a light, sunny refreshing lager to a full bodied, head hugging stout.
If we could have easily transported them home we would shave bought more, but as we are off to Thailand next week, we had to sadly leave without any luggage. But we will be ordering from the UK!!! Such a great day and a great way to see some of WA's greatest producers of wines.
... and I have already found another flat to move too which is round the corner from my friends:) hannah is helping me find a job aswell so hopefully things will work out but I feel so happy about going back as I am living with such a strange man at the moment. (what it is it with me and living with strange housemates) Lucky we had a lovely italian couple move in yesterday so I sat and spoke to them for a while last ...
... 5 hours so it was already getting late for us.
# Found our accommodation for the night (Heritage Trail Lodge) and checked in.
# Popped down the road into central Margaret River (i.e. the main street through the middle), found a restaurant we liked, but were turned away (apparently too busy ... it was Sunday afterall! :-/ ).
# Wandered round not quite finding anything ...
... It’s got rugged coastline where the Southern ocean meets the Indian Ocean and we have enjoyed watching pods of whales slapping/breaching as they migrate south . All this coastline is flanked by the Leeuwin National Park. It’s got surf breaks (viewed from the safety of the beach/headland) plus fit, sun tanned bodies to admire and of course wineries and breweries galore. It’s got olives/olive oil, venison, cheeses to ...
... with Graeme and Kaye Exell who were our camp hosts from Cape Range NP. They live in Margaret River and suggested we call and see them on our way through, we sampled a couple of tasty Margaret River white wines and got the drum on a few wineries to visit over the next day or so. Back to the camp and cooked old faithful, Spag Bol again then slept like logs again. It is pretty chilly overnight here so we have located the doona and all blankets are in use ...
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TravelPod Member ReviewsMerribrook Retreat Margaret River
The retreat is lovely but not what I expected after reading the brochure. The price doesn't match the experience. Breakfast was fantastic.
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