Comfort Inn Midas
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... 8211; and the cost. I can’t remember the exact numbers, but I do remember that each wheel costs $40,000! I was also amazed by the process from beginning to end. In my ignorance, I thought that looking for gold meant looking for lumps of the stuff, but here, the gold is tiny little particles, surrounded by sulphur and ‘fools gold’ and embedded in rock. Not even visible to ...
... dining room every night - awesome! The lady manager was so friendly and helpful, it was like coming home -We'll definately have to call back and stay on the way home in late Jan! The elevation really rises around Fraser Range - we rose from 3 m above sea level at Eucla ruins the day before, to about 470m ! We Arrived at Norseman at about midday and called into the Tourist info centre, then got a toasted focaccia from the only Cafe in ...
... up at the Open Air Museum but couldn't get as close as we'd hoped to show the boys the enormity of these vehicles. They looked tiny from the lookout but they are HugE close up!
After lunch we began the Nullabor Golf Course which is the longest golf course in ...
... the next few days. The temperature steadily rose as we headed north and it was around 30 degrees when we arrived, it certainly feels like we have returned to the outback.
To be continued....
Vanochtend was het inpakken en vroeg vertrekken vanuit Esperance. De trip ging richting het noorden naar Kalgoorlie. We stopte voor benzine en koffie in Norsman, dit is de oostelijk afslag naar de ...
... we assumed we were in for another one. We were in!
We both fell asleep after dinner, waking up as the train slowly pulled in to Kalgoorlie. Looking out the window it was black as pitch, so we were still a little curious and hesitantly excited about what might be in store. We grabbed our tickets and headed off the train with the rest of the old people.
We loaded up into three huge buses that are typical for these kinds of things; we sat in the back with ...