Comfort Inn William Macintosh
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Travel Blogs from Naracoorte
... recommended we keep headed west and visit Cape Bridgewater. She went on to tell us we had a better chance of spotting a whale there, as one was sighted only yesterday, as well as visiting the petrified forest, fresh water springs, a seal colony as well as a blowhole.
Despite working in Portland, she didn't sell it very well and we were eager to get going, but when she discovered we were English, our European bound worked to our advantage (she had ...
... region, famous for its vast bird life, and we enjoyed the coastal and forested road despite the weather not always shining as brightly as we had hoped! Eventually we reach Kingston, and divert East off the coastal track towards Naracoorte, which by the time we arrive we have already run out of daylight, as we camp up in a nice looking caravan park, and whip up a tasty chicken coconut curry for dinner accompanied by a bottle of C******nay, a very good habit we seem to be getting ...
... we wore to bed it was always cold from the feet up and took a reasonable amount of time to become comfortably warm. It wasn’t till near the end of our trip that we remembered we had packed away a couple of new rubber hot water bottles. We immediately implemented their use with an instant change of conditions getting into a bed, placing our feet on a nice hot water bottle, eliminating ...
... br> One afternoon we all participated in a road trip, viewing other nearby farming properties with some time spent exploring the small township of Edenhope.
Another day we were invited to an Aussie BBQ at Bill’s brother’s place, (Phil). The food was great and we had a wonderful time chatting with some of the locals of Naracoorte who were also in attendance.
Bill spoilt Mary providing her with ...
What a way to wake up to a brand new day. Birds landing on the lake next to us, a stunning sunrise, water glassy and reflective. After breaky we had our lovely walk and then about 10am thought we might get going.
Several options for a campsite tonight. A favourite pick was the lovely campsite at Naracoorte Caves. Indeed that is where we spent the last night of our ...