Kalbarri Reef Villas
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... of the Australian dialect. A young man came in and studied the display of sandwiches and snacks. After some time he said " Ken I hef the check'n rep et the bek". Which roughly translated to "can I have the chicken wrap at the back". It appears that the Aussies have a deep affection for "e" and can use it to replace any other vowel that they do not like as much. But enough of this, we have places to go We arrived in Geraldton and Bob wanted ...
... a “chick-flick” DVD they got from Nannie for Xmas. There was a beautiful pink sunset over the water, and then we watched a few episodes of “The Middle” on DVD (no TV reception, either!) before an early night around 9.30pm. It was a hot and exhausting day, but a good one full of great sights and some family fun and bonding, with some much-needed relaxation at the end. Looking forward to our 3 days at Monkey Mia tomorrow…. ...
... that don’t, ride unrestrained
in the back of their mates’ ute with their fishing rods…. If that’s not your scene, maybe give Port
Gregory a miss! The wind here was
incredible, too – Nice to cool things down in the afternoon, but incredibly
strong at night. The caravan itself wasn’t
bad for such a town – pretty quiet, and lots of shade from large trees, with a
lot of “permanents” living there, ...
... time we got there they were long gone. Pot Alley was another place we visited on the coast, Pot Alley was named by local crayfishermen after losing many craypots to the rocky cove.
Kalbarri is also famous for its wildflowers most of which bloom from late July into early summer. There are over 1200 plant species recorded in the NP and many species only occur there, nowhere else on earth. We had missed the majority of the wildflowers but there were ...
... China apparently (1500 tonnes/yr). I only want 1.....or maybe 2 or 3!! The locals say that they can't even get fresh local caught fish because the government has brought in regulations preventing that trade!! Pretty sad state of affairs when you can't buy locally caught produce!
Went to the local Anglican church here as they had an evening "cafe church" style service, similar to the one we went to in Kununurra, which was very relaxed: the minister led the service in ...