Wednesday, January 18, 2012

Our Mini-Moon

So after a long and much needed snooze, Mr B and I (Mrs B!) set off on our mini-moon. We are off to Europe later in the year, but thought we would treat ourselves to a week travelling our gorgeous state, because let's be honest, no one wants to go back to work 2 days after they get married!

All packed up and ready to hit the road!

Our first stop - Stanley! In this photo is The Nut, would you believe we walked up that? I did believe I was going to die several times on the way up, but the view from the top was so worth it!

This is Dip Falls - about 15 min drive out of Stanley - I have a fascination with waterfalls and these were just so incredibly beautiful

Words to live by Mr B!!

This old restored boat shed can be found at Cradle Mountain on the Dove Lake walk, see that Lake, Mr B and I trekked all the way around that, it was so very cold (possibly due to us packing totally inappropriately for cold bush walking climates!) but the scenery was spectacular and so worth it!

Plus we got to have a little picnic in the car when we got back!

I think over the course of the trip we went through a total of 9 mazes! This photo was taken when we finally got to the centre of the Westbury Maze. A few days earlier we were at a place called Tasmazia which is basically one giant maze and inside that are 7 other smaller mazes! So complex!!!

Our next stop was Coles Bay and first on our list of things to do was taking the kayaks out for a paddle and a fish!

We also did a 2 hour walk into Wineglass Bay while we were there, the view as you come out of the bush track onto the Bay is one of the most incredible things, I've never seen water so blue.

So we decided to make camp and have another picnic!

And just around the corner was Honeymoon Bay - how fitting!! And it was without a doubt the most stunning place we visited.

On our last night we had dinner at a restaurant called Madge Malloys. It's a fresh seafood restaurant right on the bay and really, when you can literally see the boat your dinner was caught on from your table, it's pretty cool! I had calamari and Mr B had trout, seriously good food!

Little bit sad to be on our way home, but still ridiculously happy!

And some of the goodies we managed to come home with from our trip!
Local whiskey cream, lime honey, raspberry honey, vanilla honey, cajun honey, bush dust (seasoning), and honeycomb!! Mmmmmmmmmmmmmmmmmmmmmmmmmm!!!!

Lots of Love

Mr and Mrs B x

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