Kalbarri Reef Villas
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This morning we set off early to take a trip into the Kalbarri National Park and see some of the inland gorges and a rock formation known as Nature's Window. We had to do some more km's on gravel roads and the usual fun of driving on corrugation. As with all things that take a bit of effort... it was worth it. We were treated to some beautiful views of deep river gorges and amazing rock formations all around.
... mountain and then you descend into the canyon, not like our mountains, where to start in the valley and uphill running.
Looking for a place to sleep at dusk we had almost run over a kangaroo baby, but again went well!
The next day we took the opportunity for a small cooling in the sea (to be honest it was quite cold in the morning and the water also, but when the sea is ever). Then we went to a few other viewpoints in the National Park, before continuing towards Shark Bay went.
... Well that may well be the case. We’ll see how things go.
*We visit the local post office – we have a letter to post. SG is trying to make contact with distant relatives she has never met – as you do! Rick and Carolyn Hunter live in the Sydney area and we hope to meet up whilst there. As the man behind the counter says ‘the postal system in Australia is classless’. There is only one price of stamp for this domestic letter. How ...
... resembles last night’s bright flame, they jump and snatch at the meat, tearing into it as hungry as we did, and once all over the reside back to warm in the early morning light.
For the past week we have felt immortal in our group, all getting on sharing jokes and laughter, it is only now after a group photo that we vulnerable, more photos are taken, hugs are shared and passed. Stupid as it would only be a day or two before we see all of each other again, but we all ...
... bit that wasn't much different to any country road so I guess he has to make his advice suitable for all the 'Fritz in Britz' types.
The carparks, picnic and toilet facilities at the gorges are first class. Bitumen roads lead into the gorge carpark which is big and easy to move around in and there are new shade shelters and toilet buildings that make a visit here great. Where else on earth do you get to stand at the urinal and look out over an ...