Ibis Styles Mt Isa Verona
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... the one on the toilet door that asked to keep the door shut at all times because Brown Snakes frequently visit! Needless to say, I very cautiously used that toilet - just another joy of the outback.
Our destination, Mount Isa, was founded in the 1920's after the discovery of lead - a mining industry was established and a town grew around it. The mine towers over everything, it fills all the senses; ...
A friend of ours travels to Mt Isa fairly often for work. His advice to us before reaching Mt Isa was "Don't lick the walls, don't bite your fingernails". Good advice. We knew this was a mining town - but nobody said the mine was on one side of the highway and the town on the other. We were stunned at how close the mine is to the population and the shopping centre, the hotels..... It is quite shocking to see. Mt Isa is a mining ...
... go through to Mt Isa (making it a bit over 600km for the day). No worries, certainly better than sitting and looking at each other in the heat, dust and flies. Along the way we all pulled in at camooweal for fuel and who did we see?...........stalker dudes! they intended on staying the night and then on the next day to Mt Isa.. they Off we all rattled to rock up to Mt Isa at about ten to have...........oh, no don't tell me something might interfere with happy hour. Again ...
... quite safe here", dad replied. "You're sitting on a croc track", was my reply. My South African ranger had shown me how to distinguish between kangaroo tracks and croc tracks in sandy river banks. "Look, here's the crocs tummy as he rested on the sand. Here's the wiggle in-print of the tail and here's the feet and claws as it climbed out of the water and up the sandy embankment. I'd say he's about a metre and a half long". The prints were fresh, but not ...
Today we camped up around 1.30pm at a beaut gravel pit just outside Newcastle Waters. (but windy)
We left Mataranka and travelled south passing through Larrimah famous for the Big Stubby and the Pink Panther(had to get a photo of this for Victor), WW11 hospital site , before having smoko at the Hi-way Inn Motel (just past the Daly Waters turn off). The picture of plane is taken here. Next we passed the Sir ...