Ibis Styles Kalgoorlie
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Booked an unpowered site at Nullarbor Roadhouse. $20. Wind was howling a gale and arctic cold. No trees to break the wind so parked the Motorhome to block the wind from the side. Stayed inside until dinner time. Decided to splash out and buy fish and chips to share for $15.95. Just as well we didn't order two meals because it was huge - two pieces of fish, chips and salad. Because we had some time adjustment to do we didn't ...
... many unprepared for the harsh conditions of the times. Stories of fame and fortune soon spread and it became known for mining pubs and ladies of the night. The population today is 32,000people with a real community spirit and many young families in the mining make this their home.
We celebrated my Birthday by doing the Hay Street Brothel tour at Questa Casa Australia's oldest brothel from ...
... your main luggage in like on a plane). The train was in the station, looking very smart, but not at the platform and they move it around, eventually coming in for embarkation. Not until 9.15 however, so not so prompt as Japan.
Talking of time, we lose two and a half hours on this journey, which is akin to crossing the Atlantic. We lose one hour tonight ‘Tokyo time’, the rest tomorrow night, meaning we are running on ‘train time’ – the loss ...
... coolgardie safe which Bryan said he had to use in his second school to keep children's lunches cool. There is a metal shelf at top which holds water and a metal tray at bottom which holds kerosine to keep the ants away. The outside of the safe is covered with hessian. Felt straps hang down the side and water drips down through the felt. As water evaporates it draws the heat out of centre of safe and keeps contents ...
We left Coolgardie for the big 45k drive to Kalgoolie, first stop, the visitors information centre and got heaps of info on the town. As we were going back to DABUS we had a 4x4 troupy tooting us, only to discover it was Sheryl and Brian from Marlo, who we had first met back at Quondong Point, north of Broome. There was staying the night at the 24 hour rest area which we were also. We could only get to do one of the two tours were wanted to do. The tour to Questa Casa was a tour of ...