BEST WESTERN Hospitality Inn Carnarvon
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- Minbar in room
- Breakfast Available
- Wireless internet connection in room (free)
- Outdoor pool
- Non-smoking hotel
- Laundry facilities (self serve)
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The staff were helpful and the food was good. The guy tending the pool area needs a special mention as he found my very expensive prescription sunglasses and although he didn't know which room we were in, he put them in a place for me to find after I had left them under the sunbed next to the pool. Full marks for his honesty.
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... day 6) Anyhow, after the plantation we headed out to another plantation which had another shop. This one sold homemade preserves, sauces and icecreams so we all stocked up. They looked delicious. Johanne was the cook and she also served us and gave us a good to as to which caravan park to satay at - The Winter Sun. That night we all went for a swim in their pool, and then I made risotto for dinner. Dad went to bed and the rest of us played ...
Crabbing today with a lovely bloke camped near us. He went out yesterday with his wife but asked me to go with him today, loved it and a feed of crabs for tea. Happy hour of course to discus tactics for our next trip, we are off fishing with my virgin rod (so to speak) that has never caught an edible ...
Travelled about 228 km to Carnarvon. Crossed the Tropic of Capricorn. Arrived here about 11 am after stopping at Supemarket for supplies.
i thought all my Christmases had come at once when I saw a bakery sign. Doesn't have the selection that Coral Bay has but might give it a go. It has been particularly windy here for the past three days and you should have seen our efforts trying ...
... our destination of Red Bluff,stopping along the way to view the cliffs and at one stage stop at a red light for a couple of mining trucks that were involved in the salt mining operation at the lakes nearby. Eventually we arrived at the turn-off to the coast feeling pretty overwhelmed by the harshness of this barren desert environment. Just 150 kms south east were river red gums and water holes, now just grass tufts and rock and sand dunes as far as the eye can see. ...
... train along it but I wasn't too interested in doing so. We dropped by Chinaman Pool which is apparently a popular swimming hole but it didn't look too inviting to us.
We then drove over to the Overseas Telecommunications Centre (OTC) Satellite Earth Station. The original satellite was opened in 1966 and was also used to transmit ...