Ozi Inn Backpackers
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... Most honey has medicinal properties until it is pasteurised.
Went down to Scarborough Beach again to see what it was like and it was as rough as it had been on previous occasions. Blowing a gale again, which the kite surfers loved. Saw only 3 people in the water in swimmers and they weren't even knee deep it was so rough.
Sunday, 9 November
Had breakfast at Subiaco Markets on the recommendation of a young woman we met at New Norcia. She said that they often ...
... all again. We then stumbled on to Wooramel Station, about 140 kms south of Carnarvon. The family that runs the station started their "caravan park" about 6 months ago and it is very good now, so will be even better in years to come. Only a couple of kms off the main highway and on the banks of the Wooramel river they have carved camping spots amongst the massive river red gums on the river bank. As there were only a handful of vans on site we had tons of room and there was heaps ...
... soup …. Yum! Here you can get a great lunch and still have change out of $15. We will be back!
Next was a walk around the main CBD and we checked out both the Murray and Hay Street malls with all the big names. The jetty area is being renovated and we imagine will be great when done – a bit like Brisbane’s Southbank precinct - in fact the whole cbd has a (smaller) Brisbane feel.
On the Wednesday we went back to Perth City. This ...
... of wolves they just go all out trying to get the sale. What's different at the airport is that they all look meaningfully at you, smile and if you respond in any way, and I always do (more fool me), they are all over you like a rash, "Would Sir be interested in...?" Fortunately, it stops at the initial question, for them 'no' means 'no', although
I do wonder how long it takes to train them to accept that fact.
... coast as the day got started. We followed the coast to Port Gregory - passing the Hutt River Province and Pink Lake on the way. This lake was huge although we could only get glimpses between the trees lining the road.
Once we were back on the highway, we headed to Geraldton where we decided to fuel up and grab some morning tea at the 440 Roadhouse.
It was here we bid farewell to Phil who was going to head off home whilst Wayne and I would take a more leisurely time home. ...