Old Ambalindum Homestead
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- Swimming pool
- Wheelchair accessibility
- Kids activities or Babysitting
- Free parking
- Pets allowed
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So today we have been to the shops and we are at a pub called uncles tavern for lunch. Grant has just gone to pick up Don and Gina from the Ghan and we will be having some drinks with them till they leave around six.
... magnificent cruise down the ever wider river with the cliffs on the east side being coloured ever more reddish by the lowering sun. We arrive eventually in Kununurra and are dropped off at our stay. No lust for cooking we head next door for a dine-out. A bit disappointing pub style joint with inside at least 7 large screens showing all sorts of sporting events (Friday) and outside a small terrace with live music (loud) and smokers. Choices, choices, but we manage to find ...
... was time to take a pause in our Stuart Highway drive and where better than Alice Springs. Three nights there allowed us to get clean hair, nails and nostrils and stock up for the next leg of our trek. We wandered about town, had a cafe lunch, sauntered through the second-hand book store and spent a morning out at Simpsons Gap. Then we ...
... A complete contrast to what we had experienced yesterday, one which Narelle was very grateful for. Apart from two cars of grey nomads travelling in convoy at between 70 to 90 km/h and randomly hitting the brakes on the out to the turn-off to the West McDonnell Range the road was pretty much our own. A couple of times Stephen had to slow down as the car crept up in speed along the road. The views back towards the West McDonnell Range were spectacular ...
... like a movie theatre and then moved into the old Alice Springs Office building with static displays that provide a great history of how this wonderful service was setup by the church and then became a charitable organisation. We also paid the additional $2 per person to look through the cut down fuselage of the current model PC-12 that is setup in the shop area. We bought some souvenirs and then had morning tea in the cafe there.
We moved on to the Alice Springs School of ...