Dongara Hotel Motel
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- Swimming pool
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... travelled the more expensive it had become, so filled up just enough to get us to Geraldton where the petrol was cheaper. What I hadn't considered was that it may not use the same amount of fuel on the way back.
I hadn't cut it fine, I'd allowed a little more as a contingency, but about 30kms out it was looking shaky as to whether we would make it. We were using more petrol, possibly because we were driving into the wind. So we switched the ...
... off the coast near Kalbarri while exploring the mouth of the Murchison River and along with the rest of his party he walked through the area on his way to Perth. We stopped for coffee at the Coffee Tree Café which is housed in an old stone home originally built in 1915. For 55 years it was home to a local family and then became a hair salon and then in 2005 it was converted into a coffee shop. It was beautiful sitting outside ...
... door de duinen. Het is een mooie plek wat erg relaxed aanvoelt en veel enorme villa's heeft.
We hebben de winkeltjes in Dongara bekeken en van koffie met scones genoten. Daarna terug wandelen naar Port Denison.
Na de lunch probeerde we op een mooie plek aan zee te vissen maar helaas geen geluk. Er is gelukkig altijd een nieuwe kans morgen!!
Lots of love/Groetjes,
Shirley and Mark
After burning my thumb trying to cook toast on the stove for breakfast, Chris and I packed up the camper and said our farewells to Dave & Chloe and hit the highway heading further south. We decided to stop in at the Principality of Hutt River to get my passport stamped (if you don't know what this place is about, google it!!) and were given a tour by HRH Prince Leonard himself, Chris ...
... the camp fire for hours. We were also joined later by an older couple from Townsville. Then just as the sun was going down a station wagon of young ones arrived and we though we might be in for a rowdy night, but no they were 3 young fellows and one girl. Turns out they were Italians working in Perth for 3 months and were heading for Karijini National Park. We couldn't believe our eyes when one young fellow refuelled the car next morning with a fuel ...