Ibis Styles Kalgoorlie
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- Wheelchair accessibility
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Well, our good weather comes to an abrupt halt (See photo of darkening clouds over canola fields). We called in at New Norcia, a Spanish Benedictine monk community and former aboriginal mission with a fascinating history. Again, it raises so many questions about the treatment of our indigenous population. The monk who started it, Salvado, was depicted as being advanced in his understanding ...
Mainly sunny 23 Did a tour of the Superpit, Kalgoorlie's huge gold mine, today. All very interesting, lots of facts and figures, lots of big machinery and a big hole in the ground. A lot of smaller holes in the sides of the big hole showed where miners in the old days had dug their mines - pretty amazing when you consider ...
... reality. Again we would recommend you read up on his history.
One thing that Kalgoorlie has in abundance is happy and friendly people.
On Tuesday we were set to see the sites, after all we had basically 'wasted' Monday by getting the CB installed. Not to be. This time the air con would not work, Allan suspected a plug had not been returned to the correct position when the CB was installed. Two hours later and a missing screw, (dropped under the ...
... But in my limited exposure, it suffers a lack of heart. During my early walk and a later morning one with Georgia, it's almost obvious the town is tired and almost forlorn. Its down though not yet out. The residential streets we passed through during the course of the day are also somewhat low-brow. While the civic sections seem to replicate an almost Ballarat feel (sharing a similar gold infused history) there is no signs of the investment in quality residences In fact, the ...
... couple of occasions for refuel and rest. None were especially at the level of highlights we'd seen in previous days but all interesting. As on previous days, the landscape keeps changing the whole time in subtle ways that are almost missed until you realise the timber has ceased in lieu of low scrub. Leaving Eucla in the morning, we descended from the scarp to a coastal plain where we stayed until re-climbing the escarpment at Madura and thereafter moved away form the ...