Comfort Inn Midas
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... at the only pub left " The Denver City"the food was very good I had a mixed grill Anne E a hamburger with lot, Bob a Parma and Anne R a T bone. and it was washed down with a couple of bottles of wine retired to our vans at round 9 pm. Tomorrow we are off to Wave Rock , whether we get all the way is another thing as it's around 480 ks and we have done a lot of driving in the last 7 days We will access in the ...
... watching Patrick become increasingly anxious as we've got closer and closer to Kalgoorlie.
Whilst we've been travelling, I've also discovered that you can do a tour of Questa Casa (otherwise known as the famous Pink House), Kalgoorlie's longest operating Brothel..Now I know this all sounds a little bit seedy but..... Kalgoorlie is a mining town that would have been and may still be a little rough around the edges. Regardless of what you ...
... when outside the bus when instructed to do so. Our guide was well experienced in the operation of the mine, having actually worked there for some time before taking on this role. We began with a talk about the history of Kalgoorlie and how gold was first found here. It all started from a vision of Allan Bond who wanted to obtain all the mine leases in the area and open up an open cut mine. Unfortunately he sold the leases he had obtained when the gold price dropped, but it was ...
... birdlife and wildlife that can be encountered in these ecosystems. It is quite educating as well as very interesting to see and learn about what we are about to encounter and we spend again a good amount of hours there.
It is close to 3pm when we finally leave and head down the Stuart highway South for some 70k and then turn off to Rainbow Valley. It is only 23k off the main highway, but we take the time to let the tyres down again and good we did. We then ...
... out. We decamped to units in the park-comparative luxury for a few nights. We’ve done very little but relax in preparation for the big trip across the Nullarbor. Went to see the ‘Super Pit’ , an open-cut mine about 4 km. long, 1.6 km. wide and over 500 m. deep. Dozens of massive bright yellow trucks a long, long way down looked like busy little tonka toys. Quite a spectacular sight really.