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As I mentioned yesterday, we were going to stop at Lake Hart for the night, but . . . ! Well after a great night's sleep we all set off and before we knew it we were in Glendambo again. We filled up with fuel and then realised that we didn't have very far to go to Lake Hart - in fact we would be there by midday. Hmmm, that seemed like a waste of half a day, so we ...
... gauge line and we were running along side a one point three kilometre long freight train. That was exciting! Once back at the caravan park we took a walk along the beach at the head on the Spencer Gulf. The gulf is quite narrow here and you can be forgiven for thinking it is a wide river. But it isn't, it is tidal and connected to the Southern ocean. After all that we are a little tired. Didn't need to cook any dinner after the large meal we had at lunch time. All in all a great day.
... some great people in the camp kitchen who gave us some tips on where we should visit on the way over to WA and also spots to stay on the way back home. Heavy rain over night but everyone happy as they need it bad there as well as the rest of the Country. ...
... did feel a little ripped off as we had been assured the Cook was a top chef. There was no theatre of seeing lamb on spit carved as it all came out in Bain Marie's. Still met some nice people even a Dutch couple travelling here for 11 weeks. Monday 18 May Heading out now to the gorges trip. Quite cool, maybe some rain coming through. Day did not really fine up and we had a change of plan. First went to Sacred Canyon - very steep climb but was pleased I made it ...
... small bubbles and when we were taking a photo of THE BUBBLER a duck photo bombed our photo and hopped into the pond. Then we went to the Blanche Cup another mound which has hot springs coming up out of the top. The area was very green around the mound but extremely all around it. Then we went to Strangway Sidings the ruins of a town that existing 100 years ago. We saw the old kitcgen, ration staler and blacksmiths. We collected pieces of very old bottle ...
Other places to stay in Port Augusta
Corner Eyre & Stuart Highways, Port Augusta | Hotelfrom $119
Marryatt Street, Port Augusta | 4 star hotelfrom $120
National Hwy 1, P.O. Box 1809, Port Augusta | 3 star hotelfrom $88
3 Loudon Road, Port Augusta | 3 star hotelfrom $118