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... it was quite warm in the sun, and it just all looked oh so beautiful... Russell and I actually went swimming here. I know, Russ was so surprised about that too! It was a little bit on the chilly side, but it was still really lovely being in the water there, and being a part of that beautiful scene. Next up was Thistle Cove with Whistling Rock standing overlooking the beach. Whistling Rock stands with a number of other rocks here, but is the tallest at about 12 metres ...
... 8-10 towns all joined by railway. When the gold dried up, all but three of the towns were deserted, these three being Kalgoorlie, Boulder and Williamstown. Hence this area is actually known as Kalgoorlie-Boulder. Not sure what happened to Williamstown!
For the first 100 years, the mining here was done via tunnels and shafts, but in the 80’s a fellow by the name of Alan Bond thought ...
... a job as a skimpy – his black eye is healing well.
The weather was very hot while we were there, 39 degrees most days, the sun is up by 5.00am which is the coolest part of the day as the night time temperature was mid 20’s, not ideal for sleeping. The only disappointing thing about our visit to Kalgoorlie was that the guided tour of Australia’s oldest brothel doesn’t operate during January, seems even Madams need a holiday like the rest of ...
... We had bought a set of clubs in Perth off GumTree for $20 so set off with a laugh. The Kaloorlie Golf Club was rather posh and looked pristine so Moff was beside himself as we all hacked away at the each shot chopping up turf and having fun. He says some golfers take the game very seriously and he didn't want us getting into trouble for being silly. It was a hoot. We all took it in turns and most ...
... we assumed we were in for another one. We were in!
We both fell asleep after dinner, waking up as the train slowly pulled in to Kalgoorlie. Looking out the window it was black as pitch, so we were still a little curious and hesitantly excited about what might be in store. We grabbed our tickets and headed off the train with the rest of the old people.
We loaded up into three huge buses that are typical for these kinds of things; we sat in the back with ...
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