Comfort Inn Midas
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... work. She has been going pretty well, she just likes to decide what she does and when she does it still! Mikki has started on the same type of program that Jackson was on last year and she's loving it! Its mostly independent work which she excels at. It makes her really happy to be finished in 2 hours every day! Poor old Jack still needs a fair bit of encouragement from me to get him going. He is going ok though, just likes ...
... There is an Indigenous Dreaming story about it, which says that the whistling noise which can sometimes be heard is the ancestors crying for two boys who were lost when they disobeyed their parents by stealing an eagle's eggs. The story goes that the eagle was angry about her lost future, and carried the boys out to sea. To get to Thistle Cove itself you have to walk either around the rocky point, or over more rocks behind it. There must be some good rock ...
... workers do seven day shifts alternating between night and day
· The Super Pit is about 620 metres deep and a ‘couple of k’s’ across
· The handmade tunnels go down 1.5 kilomteres
· If you were to stretch out all the original hand dug tunnels, it would reach from Perth to Sydney.
· Pure gold never rust or tarnishes and doesn’t need ...
... 8217;s builders have available to them but produced beautiful buildings that are a piece of art. After dinner we had a drink in one of the skimpy bars. A skimpy is a young barmaid that travels from town to town, working in a variety of pubs along the way, wearing not much and leaving little to the imagination. The skimpy that was working in the bar we visited was quite young and very attractive but was not a voluptuous as Steve had hoped. Steve thought I should ...
... 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 ...