Carmel Country Inn
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... our way mid-morning and had another long drive ahead of us. Before arriving at Karijini NP we stopped at a town called Tom Price which is a mining town and had a relative charm to it enough to stock up on supplies for Karijini and have a quick lunch before heading out. Because Karijini NP has no shops or restaurants, before you enter you need to get all food and fuel supplies, this includes water. One thing I will never forget trying to work out was how much water to take. I worked out ...
... decided to go and try. The hotel said it would be easy to find as it was on the main street and their would usually be people waiting outside to get a table. We arrived at 7.00 but there were no tables until after 8.00. We went for a walk then went back at 8.00. Sure enough, people were still waiting on the street for a table. We sat down, order our food then about 9.00 Demetra (one of the owners) and the other owner started playing a fancy type of ...
... there is not much room to push that higher - especially not in a truck-sized car. On a couple of occasions we are driving less than 2 feet from the drop down into the ocean with only a warning size to help out. This is definetely not for the faint hearted ones, and it's clear why some people actually opt for driving south to north just ...
... little downstairs cellar club which instantly blasted out ***** like Baha Men and Wheatus FULL blast and I mean full, from about 8pm. At least if your gonna do that, at least wait until people are drunk first! So another thing (which I've noticed in a few hostels if you do take one step back and just observe), they promised unlimited beer and said they had over 500 in stock which would be like over 20 each... This was clearly a blatant lie. They just get people drunk ...
... afternoon on day 6 so we took the opportunity to drive down Big Sur to take in the spectacular views. We also did the 17mile drive so that Pete could visit the hallowed turf of Pebble Beach Golf Course and have his photo taken on the 18th green. Last proper dinner tonight in Carmel as tomorrow we head to the national parks and start slumming it a bit in tents with pot ...