Golddust Backpackers YHA
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Not for backpackers at all.
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... back. Decided I'd try to make hamburgers with pesto and Parmesan. Tasted great but Bryan was whinging because they kept falling apart on bbq.
22 October - STILL NO FOOKIN PART!! Really, really hot here today but I took the chance that a swim would be ok now. Had two swims. Beautiful. Walked down to servo and bought two icy poles at $2 each. Thought they'd be icy but we're really creamy so I 'll ...
... green plant which looks a bit like heather, rarely reaching a foot in height. Sometimes there are a few exposed rocks dotting the surface. Nullarbor means "no trees"; the aborigines had a name for it which means “no water”. I guess no water means no trees. We pulled into a siding at a place called Forrest where there is a small settlement (a handful of houses and some accommodation/fuel), an even smaller station platform, a landing strip and a meteorite tracking station. ...
... that there was no basting that day which I was keen to see. I rang up a while ago to find out how often they blast and the response I got was "pretty much every day". This was different to the signs at the viewing ...
... Street - Hannon Street is named after Paddy Hannon, who first discovered gold in the area.
Hay Street is well kmown for its prostitutes. Needless to say, during the day they are not visible. We did a brothel tour last time we were here and it was very interesting. Don't know if they still do this, but once was enough. I noticed two signatures on inside wall - one from Frankie J Holden and the other from Denis Lilley who said "Keep a good line and length."
... views (sore foot). The Quokkas came to visit as well as a beautiful peacock. The views all around the island were just beautiful. The tourism industry has done a good job of making this a great day out. Boat left at 4.30 for trip back. We were quite pooped as it had been such a hot day. Wind came up early evening and rained all night Thursday 10 September As weather inclement we decided to take another day in Perth. Was cold and windy all day. Went for a drive, refuelled and ...