Today’s tidbit: “Sometimes you just have to travel spontaneously without fear to know where you are heading in life.”
The beginning of my WA visit I shared many road trip adventures up north, where it was warmer. With only a few days left in Western Australia, we decided to do an impromptu overnight trip, from Perth heading down south to Margaret River. As well as wonderful wildlife spotting opportunities, this region of WA is also world famous for its abundance of locally produced food and wine, tall karri forests, pristine beaches and epic surf breaks. With it being winter, most of the time in Margaret River was cold and rainy. I definitely want to explore this region a lot more during Australia’s spring/summer.
Sneak peek image: Roos in the vineyard
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