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Travel Blogs from Kununurra
... what it was like to go through the bombing of the city. Ninety-two percent of the city was bombed -and bombed over and over again. Thursday evening is the day the legendary Mindil Markets are held in conjunction with sunset and thousands of people buy the great variety of foods available and go to sit on the beach to watch Fannie Bay turn gold and pink. I walked there from our hotel, but Bob rested to prepare for a big day on Friday. This full ...
... force of the water. It must be a sight when the creek is full and the falls are falling! Some of the rocks are so beautifully smoothed, you could swear it was done by a human.
I still don't have the photo I want of a boab. So, I went out at sunset to see what I could get. Nada. Dang!
It was nice to spend a couple more days with the olds. Hope their trip goes ...
... on to Picannini creek where we walked along the dry creek bed to the lookout. Those domes are amazing. Worth the walk. Back to the van....still there, phew. Happy hour with new neighbours and some hints for our next destinations. It has been colder overnight now going down to about 12C. Today, Saturday we are filling up again with diesel at the co-op in Kununurra and then heading for Lake ...
... size of Sydney Harbour. At midday we stopped at one of the islands and those that had the urge to, went for a swim, while locally caught fish was cooked on a BBQ for lunch, which also included cold meat and salad with beer or wine. It was a good tour and before we were dropped back at the caravan park, the bus drove along the dam wall and over to the other side to show us the hydro-electric power ...
... s original site at Argyle Downs is under water because of the dam, and material from it was used to rebuild a replica on higher ground which now houses the museum. We were there for a couple of hours, mainly because we watched a video on the Durack family and the construction of the Ord River Scheme which was very interesting. Back at the campground we had afternoon tea, then watched the colour on the surrounding rock walls glow red, as the sun sank lower, until they darkened in ...
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