Ibis Styles Geraldton
- Continental Breakfast
- Room service
- Swimming pool
- Wheelchair accessibility
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... a BIG day of travel – The plan was to try and make Geraldton, about 850kms away, in order to get to Bernie and Paul’s in Perth a day early and spend the weekend with them, rather than just Sunday night (Gran flies in from Melbourne today, too)…. And then hopefully maintain that “day ahead” status for the rest of the trip in order to get home to Berwick a day or two earlier at the end of the trip. We’re going ...
... best we've ever had in Australia. Geraldton is the biggest city we've seen since Darwin, which was in August last year. We're not used to traffic anymore, nor traffic lights. It feels weird. It looks like the long stints on the road, with noone around, are over.
After passing by a wind farm, we got to Ellendale Pool last night, it's a nice and quiet camping spot near a pretty pool. The light at sunset ...
A lazy day. We lazed in the RV for a while before heading into the Farmers markets where we found some homemade treats. We did the laundry and then popped into the library for a wee little while. Lunch was in the sunshine. Beautiful weather. We suddenly went to check out movies and low-and-behold, one ...
Arrived at Geraldton the home of Cray fishing and the WA rock Lobster. After a quick visit to Bunnings and Coles it was off to the fisherman's wharf. Picked up some green king prawns for dinner ( tempura prawns rolled in shredded coconut and fried in peanut oil). The price of crays at the fish co-op vary from $26 - $32 each.
When the WA school holidays are over at the end of the week we will head 60kms down the coast to Dongarra - Port ...
... kangaroo, I also went into the cage which was a bit scary in the beginning. Finally the birds had there meal. There are lots of birds here which are favorite pets in the Netherlands like the love birds, parrots and parakeets, which all live in the wild here in Australia.
After the work was done we stayed for breakfast and thanked Ian for his hospitality. Out next destination will be the "Hutt River Province" (strongly recommended by ...