Majestic Oasis Apartments
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- Free High-Speed Internet
- Swimming pool
- Wheelchair accessibility
- Free parking
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Travel Blogs from Port Augusta
... rolls at the bakery for lunch before proceeding. Through more wheat fields to Kimba where we did our laundry & headed for the sports ground for the night, washing dried in no time as it's about 30 degs today and the bush flies are unbelievable.Thursday dawned very hot & windy, we rode our bikes up to the shops had wander bought hat nets to keep flies away from our faces and a bit of shopping. Hibernated for the afternoon away from heat and ...
... Caravan parks Association which we need to use. Lots of ideas floating around but it does mean we will need to add a couple of extra weeks to our trip – oh bother!!
We stop for lunch at Glendambo and as the sign says- not much happening here. Back on the highway and we notice what we think is water on the horizon. Eventually we realise it is Salt lakes of varying sizes. We stop at Lake Hart and walk down to the edge – ...
... place my accent as they have a guy from Leeds with them & say they struggled to understand him at first as well so I must be from Yorkshire. We join them at their table for a while before heading back up to check on our washing, it's still wet so back on it goes for another hour. I join the rest of our group inside and watch the lads play pool for a while when Dean, the guy from Leeds, is dragged over to talk to me by his friend Bill who I was talking to outside. I finally rescue my ...
... 5.45pm to a caravan park AGAIN that did not have our booking, gave us an excuse of being tooooo busy to check phone calls or Internet or even return calls. But we got the key to a cabin and it was exactly what I had booked. So much for no vacancies. Anyway it's a bit hard to call or check internet with NO reception on the road. Day off tomorrow, to look around Port Augusta then Renmark on ...
Happy Anniversary to us!!! We never thought that 37 years ago we would be sitting in the Flinders Ranges! As this was our last day here, everyone spent it cleaning up. All the men were out on ladders, hoses and brooms at the ready, chamois in hand. It almost became a competition as to who could make their van look the cleanest! All the women folk were inside rearranging pantries and sorting out all the clean washing. It was certainly a production - not quite how I imagined ...