Ibis Styles Port Hedland
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Eighty Mile Beach 23rd October - 24 Oct - 2 nights
We drove to Eighty Mile Beach Caravan Park on 10km of corrugated dirt track and it was worth evert rut we bumped across.
It was a grassy well laid out park with only a sand dune between us and the ocean and 80 miles of white sand. The colour of the water was stunning even though the tide was out when we arrived.
In the morning as we walked along the beautiful sandy ...
I was up at 5:30am as I wanted to get dinner into the ecopot and lunches made before breakfast this morning. Chicken teryaki with vegetables is on the menu for tonight. By the time that was done the rest of the family were up and we had breakfast and then got on with packing up camp. We were on the road just after 8am ready for a day of driving. I had phone access for the start of the drive so Lauren reluctantly got online to do some mathletics ...
... price but gave up when I had to scrape Chris off the floor and revive him when we had one quote us $320. It is a mining town and everything is priced accordingly apparently.
John and Lynne have bikes on the front of their van and a little dove (?) (Tim and Julia, we should have a bird book) has made a nest and laid an egg in the seat of the bike, it's so sweet, but they leave tomorrow so will have to move it.
Tuesday, 7th ...
... park is full and each Sunday the owner cooks a roast - but only does it if there a 100 or more people staying, the roast finished the week before we arrived.
We set up the van and then went down to the beach which is only a 5 minute walk away. The beach has beautiful red sandstone cliffs that contrasts beautifully with the white sand which in turn contrasts with the blue water of the ocean. We walked across the rocks and further down the beach to look ...
... best to sleep in the van and wait until morning when we've all got a fresh head. Sleeping in the van was difficult as it was like we were bats, sleeping upside down! When we woke up in the morning we realised how lucky we were, as if we had carried on going down the hill we would have ended up in a swamp, scary stuff!! We didn't have to wait long before a lovely man with a 4x4 and all the towing trucking stuff help us get free. He was staying where we were and we were the third ...