BEST WESTERN Hospitality Inn Geraldton
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... the movie seats had canvas slung seats. But that was a while back ...maybe the comparison couldn't work!!...but it would have been interesting if similarities existed???!! So onward...an extra sea day / then 2 more ...so this will be sent in Bali...new territory for me!!..still figuring out how to "do" the two days there....I'll let you know!!! Meanwhile - can't resist an opportunity to post more pics ...these are more of Fremantle taken en route to boat after the last posting ...
... I loved the colours of the orange rocks reflecting in the water. Talking to another couple we found out that the ticks we got are quite frequent in the area and usually travel on bobtail skinks. And we definitely saw one yesterday morning before leaving Hutt River. We better stay away from those bobtails from now on.
Off to Greenough this morning, where we've been told they do an amazing English breakfast ...
... very far! Bang! A tyre blew out on the outskirts of town. Big noise that we heard thankfully. Moff discovered when he changed the tyre that there was also a broken Leaf spring under the wheel arch for the suspension. Looking a bit closer he noticed that the U-Bolts were all loose and the axel had moved which is what ...
... lines strung up from trees to verandah posts, across the front of shops etc, it was so lovely, they were all just blowin' in the wind. After we were finished looking at all the sights we continued on our journey to Geraldton, where we are planning to have a few days, before turning east and homeward bound... Arriving at the Information Centre in Geraldton, we decided to take ...
Today we are heading towards the wildlife sanctuary Waminda. The last 20 years, this project is owned by Ian Morris and his wife Chaliaw. The farm is around 8 hectare which houses 15 different species of animals.
Ian has opened some of his land for backpackers like us to sleep, eat and get cleaned up. No fee is asked, as only to help feeding some of the animals. We stayed there the night and had a nice time with everybody from the ...