Ace Motor Inn
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- Meeting rooms/conference facilities
- Non-smoking rooms
- Breakfast Available
- Wireless internet connection in room (free)
- Refrigerator in room
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We saw our first live Kangaroo just outside Pemberton and then we saw another and another - just like when you are waiting for a bus. Also some emus and Brian and Richard saw a big black lizard. Sunday was Australia Day - so in some parts there was fireworks but not where we were.
Today we have spent the day in Albany. It is a lot cooler …
... built overlooking King George Sound. The first two convoys of ships destined for World War I met in the harbour here, and there are quite a few older buildings as well as the brand new Anzac Centre. The National Anzac Centre is the most high tech museum I've been in. The entry tickets are photos of an individual soldier, and at certain points in the museum you lay your card down and it reads the barcode and tells you more information about that particular soldier, so that ...
We were pretty slow to get on the road today. I had another shower, because I just love showers and I have to take extra advantage of them when I can get them now! Then we packed away all the washing, reorganised a few things that had been shoved in whatever box was handy at the time, refilled our jerry cans of water and the water tank on the ute, and started talking about breakfast. Russ had seen a sign for a cafe that did ...
... was cold and despite having long pants and a jumper on we needed the added warmth of the heater. I’m pretty sure we have both gone soft, we have had such beautiful weather since leaving the east coast and we are both feeling the cold, not sure how we will cope with a Canberra winter next yearL
Albany is one of WA’s major towns, it has a population of around 30,000 people and is one of the States most popular tourist destinations. Albany was settled ...
... means that all of the fish in the bay are landlocked. Presumably the fish sense where the mouth is due to currents etc. and they seem to congregate in this area. A road leads down to the mouth and you can happily park the car, walk 50 metres, stand on the footpath, cast 10 metres and catch just about anything! So, despite a few break-offs from running fish we now have a freezer well stocked with King George Whiting. ...