Comfort Inn Country Plaza Halls Gap
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... and allows a lovely breeze through it. Already exhausted you head up the path, then up the path, arriving on Bride Veil Falls. When water is flowing this would be an amazing sight, at the moment it's a little pathetic. Trudging on you get to silent street, adequately named from the view. This narrow pathway heads mostly gently uphill, all the time you stepping rock to rock. This narrows further towards the end to a staircase which only just fits me and my backpack! Looking up you ...
... it was a good idea that we did because Steffie was keen to hike up to the Pinnacle early the next morning before the sun warmed up. So we did exactly that and left at 8am to do the Wonderland Loop. It was still cool, so we wore jackets, but as we began to climb up the steps and as the sunrays illuminated the rock face, it started warming up. It was hard yakka, but the views were worth it. We managed to get to the Pinnacle in 2 hours.
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... Vito & Pamplona into a turning circle at the top of the driveway proved to be another OH ****! moment for all concerned when we found ourselves stranded midway between two levels of ground and in danger of damaging Pamplona’s extremely low under carriage. She, like me, is not built for the rough stuff and likes to stay on an even keel. So, our introduction, consisting of a stream of expletives from Ace and frantic spade work by Richard, ...
... as she has Granny Margaret's gift of story telling. Next stop after some more very off road driving was Lake Fynan where Philip had been promised he could canoe and I could swim(temp in high 30s by now!) Through sand and bush we went, until we found a swampy bit of the lake where I felt we were.in the middle of Botswana! It was great for wildlife photographers Paul and Yuliya but Granny chickened out of swimming there, fearing her already inflamed Achilles might be ...
... a very friendly reception we unhitched and headed off to explore.
We dropped into the Info Center and got the map and quickly identified serval lookouts we thought we could cover before the light faded. (This daylight saving is great)
First up we came across the Wonderland Car Park from which we climbed up over rocks to the Pinnacle and the Grand Canyon two rock features that appear to be part of "the ...