2/1 – 17/1/2016
So, my blog is so far behind, I have forgotten to post the rest of the photos and stories from Denmark, so need to revisit for a bit! Doh.
We celebrated our 41st Wedding anniversary here in Denmark, and went out for lunch at a very lovely restaurant with very lovely seafood platter, which we thoroughly enjoyed.
The dessert wasn’t half bad also!
We caught up with friends we had met along the road and we all went on the local Fish n Chip cruise up the river, then down again and out into the esturary.
It’s all about food at the moment, so it seems, so I will tell you about marion. We have been hearing about marion since we had been to Manjimup, its a sort of crayfish, we gather so when Jack and I were out driving one day and saw a sign at a café offering marion for lunch we decided to pull up and try some. Wasn’t expecting to see beautiful blue marion, though these weren’t the ones we ate, they are more for show and export – they look very exotic in fish tanks, apparently. The marion we had was very similar to crays, brown looking until cooked then reddish. Very expensive and not a lot of favour so we were a bit disappointed, but at least we can say we tried them. The restaurant was lovely, with solid timber top tables cut from the local trees.
Next, we visited the very beautiful areas of Greens Pool and Elephant Rocks, and had a swim in the crystal clear, but very chilly waters here. So beautiful we visited here twice during our stay at Denmark.
That’s Demark, done and dusted, a very beautiful part of WA.
See you in Albany
Jack & Christine