Comfort Inn & Suites Karratha
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... amp; forced to make a mark of indenture for the owners. If they left they were chased by the Police and put into chains.
I don’t understand, but even back then, how we could not believe that indigenous were not human. What were we thinking, or perhaps that’s the real issue, we weren’t and were consumed by greed.
At Karratha ...
... four wheel drives and off-road campers. As the quality of roads improves it will become more and more popular. And so it should, there's plenty of room. From Derby we started our way down the WA coast but only made it to a cattle station just south of Broome which has campsites on cliffs overlooking a beautiful beach where the red soil meets the sand and turquoise ocean. Water about 24degrees but no ...
... possibly also more what we thought Carnarvon was going to be like). There were even some 7-8 story relatively new blocks of apartments, with more being built. We spent most of the morning getting various bits and pieces ticked off Wendys list – I needed a haircut, we had to do another prescription refill at the chemist and also had a bit of shopping to do. We then lashed out at lunch time at the first KFC we had seen for some time!!
Arriving back at the ...
... br> No visit to the area would be complete without a visit to Dampier and it's famous Red Dog.
Dampier is port for all sorts salt, gas and ore, so there is some major works in place for manufacture and movement of these products.
We did try ...
... tonnes of iron ore a year and can load a ship in 24 hours.
We headed back to camp but dropped into the historic town of Cossack on the way. This former town is on the coast between Roebourne and Point Samson. There is a lot of history here - we went to the courthouse (now a museum), the school house, the wharf and the cemetery. The town was settled in 1863 and shortly after a pearling industry started. It was ...