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Nov 3, 2009 - Day 104-106 – Margaret River

Monday – Serve the wine, serve the cheese The morning started with a play on the playground and again, a lighthouse, this time on the southern most point of the region, in fact the point where the Indian Ocean meets the Southern Ocean. The coastline around the Cape Leeuwin lighthouse is very dramatic but we had looked inside a lighthouse yesterday and there was an admission charge to walk in the grounds so we decided to give it a miss and walk along the rocks on the coast instead Back into Margaret River township where we again attempted to...

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Nov 1, 2009 - Day 103 – Bunbury to Cowarmarup – “Cowtown”

As we went to sleep last night we were conflicted as to whether to listen to the race caller calling the horse races at the track opposite us or the ring announcer who seemed to only have one word, “woohoo”, when commentating on the circus to the side of us. Either way they both either shut up or we fell asleep. The circus was the Great Moscow circus. I am not sure how great it is if it is playing to the massive crowds of Bunbury. Fortunately the boys gave us a sleep in this morning and after a drive around Bunbury to have a look (not a lot...

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Feb 21, 2007 - Cowaramup

Visiting Cowaramup, I went into the Candy Cow. I grabbed some Sticky Date Pudding fudge for Mum. They however did not have a magnet of the town nor was there any to be found in other stores. The shop assistant got me to give her the details of what kind of magnets people might like and she wrote it down to pass onto her boss. They had almost everything else but she was surprised that they hadn't thought of such a simple thing.

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