Bed & Breakfast Pathdorf
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... piece of work with the sticks forming this smooth archway, decorated at both sides with anything white or silver hat the bird managed to find. We also talk again about the diamond mine, where Pete normally works. He tells us about the sorting techniques and all the security measures to prevent personnel from the mine to wander off with raw diamonds. Interesting stuff, but soon enough we have to be on our way again to make it back in town by nightfall.
At least Simon thought Alice Springs was like Parramatta with less high rise and more parking. Jane, who hates parramatta and felt quite positively towards Alice, thought it was more like Tamworth - a most city conveniences, relaxed country feel, river running through it, and a lookout over the town. Dispute about what Alice was like ...
The alarm was set for 7:00 again this morning and once again it took a couple of hits on the snooze button before we managed to get up. We got dressed and had breakfast fairly quickly and were off in the car at about 8:45 again, this time straight out towards our destination. We drove out along Larapinta Drive towards Hermannsberg and could not get over the difference in the road compared to yesterday. The road was basically straight and flat and the ...
We woke up a little after 8:00 this morning and it was quite chilly. The thermometer in the caravan said 6C when we turned the heater on, certainly the coldest morning we have had for a while. We made breakfast and got dressed in warm clothes ready to have a look around Alice Springs.
We went to the shops first to buy the NT News and David Attenborough DVD before going to the Royal Flying Doctors Service. The RFDs was excellent. The tour started with a video shown in a ...
... to have an amateur botanist with us who was able to identify nearly all of the flowers - one was called Northern Tinsel - and when there were whole valleys of this bright purpley blue shrub, it was breathtaking.
Each night we gathered around the campfire for a few wines - I even learned how to cook dinner each night in the camp oven over hot coals! One of the men, Bert from Canberra, had the most wonderful orator's voice and each night he read ...