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... We did by some individual chocolates, salted caramel, chilli, ginger, Malibu/coconut, peanut butter and hazelnut. We then went to Providore which is on the same property. Here they sell liqueurs, chutneys, oils, dressings, sweet sauces and many more including honeycomb straight from the beehive unaltered. Once again self serve and free tastings of all products.
... Daughters and I did a carry on luggage only (7kg)trip to Bali last month and were surprised (and converted) at how easy it really is. On the longer trip we are looking at 8 weeks through Northern Thailand, Laos, Cambodia and Vietnam. When travelling from place to place it's much easier with just a backpack. We each have a 35litre pack plus a small 'hand bag'. We're ...
... a 6 year old Aussie can do this so can I…so we push onward through the darkness.]
Sean is our guide for a Margaret River Discovery Tour. This includes canoeing on the lovely Margaret River, sampling local honeys in an ancient aboriginal site, hiking a spectacular small portion of the Cape to Cape track, lunch on local products, and of course sampling some lovely wines at 2 wineries. (see prior ...
... Believe me when I say it was 'big'. Arrived at Augusta around 2pm and noticed a sign for 'Jewel Cave' 6 km. turns out it was an underground cave system which we toured around for about an hour. It was terrific and the guide was very informative. We were about 40 m underground in a huge cavern with stalectites and stalagmites everywhere. This west coast has a number of caves where prehistoric megafauna skeletons have been found. These include ...
... to stay. We decided in a crazy way to stay at Harmony Forest Villas which were out in the bush in the middle of nowhere. We stayed in the 'Honey Eater' villa which was one of the eight that were available. We were the only people there and we saw quite a few kangaroos and birds. Tony did a load of laundry and I went for a walk around the property. Once it was dark it was very dark! A great spot for peace and ...