Desert Cave Hotel
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It was another travel day, and in case you were wondering, another warm, sunny, clear day. We were up early and checked out to avoid the hordes of people that arrive when the first plane of the day lands. We went to the Hertz office which we had been assured on Friday by the manager would be staffed at 8:00 a.m. on Sunday. …
... proudly on the table. Continuing from there we pulled over at the Ingomar rest stop (about 90k's from Coober) for a look at the views. Kids annoyed with the flies. They ain't seen nothing yet! We pulled into Coober Pedy. Payton still wants to buy her bucket of dirt! First thing she's going to do. We drove around town and decided to stay the night at Stuart Range Caravan Park where I lost ...
... The artesian basin, which covered parts of QLD, NSW, SA and NT also provided the right conditions to nurture and grow opals. The opal boom time didn't take off until after world war 1, as returning soldiers had the skills to dig into ground, tunnel and live in harsh conditions. The temperature underground is a comfortable and constant 22-23 degrees. Outside, Coober Pedy was cold (13) windy and ...