Comfort Inn & Suites Karratha
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... Celsius drains your energy and while sussing out Port Hedland for an overnight stay I did not fancy camping as the heat hardly diminishes at night making it so uncomfortable not to mention the flying insects who can’t wait to have a go at the novice English traveller. I found the closest thing to a hostel i.e. a single room with bed and ...
... didn't seem like a nice place, and it was a pleasure to get out of town. We reached Karratha and had the lunch at KFC that I'd been dreaming about for an hour before we arrived, and made some calls about accommodation. We'd decided we were getting a hotel room for the night, so I'd had a look online and there was one place 20kms away in Dampier that seemed like it wouldn't be too expensive, but they didn't have a website where I could find any info, so we ...
... to go so quickly. Not sure where yesterday went, but it did!
*It’s a shame we have to leave Coral Bay so soon. WA does indeed have a spectacularly beautiful coastline that is so extensive, you can enjoy it in complete isolation, if you so wish. But there is another perspective – what happens if you do not happen to like the sea, sand, water sports, heat, flies…. Then what to do you do? Although there are no hazards ...
... stranden en Sam's Island.
We gingen terug naar het strand wat we uitgekozen hadden. Ik begon meteen met een grote roof vis aan de haak. Eenmaal kort bij het strand beet hij mijn lijn door en ging met haak en al weg. Toen kreeg Shirley een grote jongen aan de haak en die was totaal niet gedient van een haak in zijn mond en trok alles kapot (lijn, haak, lood,). Beiden hebben een verstevigde lijn aan gebracht met ijzeren lijnen op het einde zodat ...
... called Dampier about 15 mins from Karratha as it is nearly half the price at the caravan park. Only a short stay - chance to get some washing, cleaning and shopping done. The caravan park was on the port - so very interesting watching the huge ships coming into port.
Next entry is our adventures at Onslow, Exmouth and Coral Bay!!
Take care everyone!!
Coops, Jess, Nellie and Eddie