Oaks Embassy Apartment Hotel
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Helpful staff, Beautiful room with view and easy to get to anywhere in the city.
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... contours of the terrain. The road regularly tips the 20% steepness scale, both up and down.
After about 10km from Wilmington we reach the end of the road, park the car and make ready to start our bush hike for the day. We had been discussing whether we would do the Mt Remarkable summit trail, or the Alligator gorge trail, both looked attractive to do. We chose to go for the gorge walk, partly because the forecast is for high temperatures well into the 30s, ...
... lunch at a local restaurant which has was quite pleasant and a chance to get out of the caravan for a while. The wind, although not as bad as expected, made it unpleasant to do any sight-seeing today, so a quiet peaceful day will not hurt us for a change. We came through the bad weather without suffering any damage, although some others in the park were not quite as fortunate. One annex next to us was blown down and a tent further over in the park suffered a similar ...
... decided to settle in Adelaide. (I thought people only ever left the place - nice as it is**). Was good to catch up and trade stories with them while the kids on both sides were babysat. The food was great too.
Home by 9.30pm and thinking that tomorrow will need to be, amongst other things, a washing day given Friday is predicted to be wet and it is the day we leave as well.
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... would have been just 10. So I stuck too the road the rest of the way, which was quite busy, but a lot smoother and quicker. The rest off the ride was fine apart from tower hill which was quite a climb. Port Fairy is a beautiful town, it's an old fishing town and it has some lovely old buildings and it's very popular with the grey nomads. I spent the afternoon looking around and trying to find somewhere to stay, I asked around and ended up at a coffee shop where the own told ...
... a cold drink - a real "outback" kind of place.
Then it was on to Gibson Steps from where you can see the first of the two limestone stacks known as the "Apostles". Just a little further on was the remaining Apostles - they are known as the "12 apostles" but there are now only 9. They look quite spectacular. Another stop to view the "Bay of Islands" - various other limestone stacks in a huge bay - reminded us a little of Halong Bay in Vietnam.
We then drove ...