Comfort Inn Goldfields
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- Free High-Speed Internet
- Swimming pool
- Room service
- Free parking
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After leaving Melbourne at 3am Sunday morning we arrived in Dubai at 7.30pm Aussie time after a short stopover in KL so getting very very excited. We have met some interesting people, one from Anglesea who knows people from Donald who have moved there. We befriended a young lady with heaps of hand luggage who had travelled from NZ going to Vienna. It is hot here in Dubai!! ...
... there." "Which way is it moving." "Towards us." "We're nearly half way we should get to the top before it gets to us." "It's raining but we might as well finish, take our pictures and return quickly." "I'm soaked and we can't see anything." "I know it's only another 100 yds but we need to get back." "Ok." We both arrived back at the parked van, soaked through and cold, having not seen the views we went up for. A quick dash to the camp site to dry out and get a cup of ...
A cold start to the day, but sun soon rises and warms us. We take off to explore the Grampians 168,000 hectare national park, renowned for rugged mountains and breathtaking views, Aboriginal rock art, active population of Kangeroos, Wallabies, Emus, Reptiles and Birds, over 1000 wildflower species, Waterfalls ( when they have had some rain), lookouts and rock formation (escarpments). ...
... stay a little better to tie in with a Crows footy game.
Got to Stawell about 9pm which was a bit ahead of time and checked into our little room. Feeling glad we din’t have to set up the tent tonight - its windy, wet, and really, really cold outside. Weather a bit iffy for tomorrow too - we want to climb The Pinnacle, but we may end up with the same situation we had at St Mary Peak in the Flinders; lots of low cloud, drizzle and wind.
... t much have lined up for the afternoon, so after lunch we filled up the car and headed down to the Visitor Centre to have a look. It looks pretty new and is Aboriginal-Information oriented. Not many Australians know or care about Australian culture compared to the New Zealand Maoris which I think is a bit of a shame. I think the problem is that it was taboo for a long time, then there was big pressure for reconciliation and now everyone thinks its being ...