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... Esperence an E and so on). Its an entirely optional system available when a car is registered. The streets of Boulder are broad and some of the CBD buildings are quite grand - not quite so grand as we found in Kalgoorlie late yesterday and again later in the morning today. But it's hard not to think that the best of Boulder is in the past The CBD is currently undergoing a transformation - the Main Street (the Historic Burt Street no less) has large sections under ...
... in friendly respect. It just seems the way things are done. We'd packed and left Eucla early - this also seems the way things are done with quite some early activity amongst the others staying in the clean but basic hotel. However, I was able to incorporate a quiet wander through the just post-dawn small village. The air was chilly but the sky crystal clear. I wandered through the small but expanding township and sought out the Bureau of Meteorology station located on the ...
... to most, its known simply as the KCGM Super Pit.
That night Dean and I did a Bordello tour at Questa Casa – Australia’s oldest working brothel. Built at the turn of the century, this famous Hay Street landmark is Kalgoorlie’s only original historical brothel remaining from Kalgoorlie’s famous gold rush. It’s at least 114 years old, Questa Casa, aka "The Pink House". Questa Casa is the only brothel that ...
... there and had the viewing platform to ourselves. Wow, what a sight. It looked liked some kind of moonscape and huge beyond comprehension. The tip trucks and excavators were dwarfed by the mine's layers and looked like little slaters crawling up and down the roads. Next stop was the Hannans North Mine, where we could get up close and personal with the huge machinery we had just seen through the zoom lens of our camera. Despite thinking you have an ...
... clothing to put on…I also put a blanket over her that we had – and this really helped…so throughout most of the trip – when it was cold out she used the sleeping bag and I used her liner – it was not a problem as she was kept nice and toasty warm and yes we snuggled as well so that helped me too. :)
The morning came and thankfully it was a little warmer but still breezy – so we plotted our course to Esperance from there – ...
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- Shuttle bus service
- Swimming pool
- Wheelchair accessibility
- Free parking
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