Old Mill Hotel
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... blew her top. Once the mist and the water had settled, I spied a couple of little crabs scooting along the wet rocks several metres above the water – poor things, they must have a headache after being thrown about like that !
After taking several happy snaps and talking to a couple of fellow passengers, we walked slowly up the hill trying to avoid hawkers of all things from drinks to almonds, leather, silver, shells – you name it - if ...
... and we set off for the buffet. Unfortunately the dining room was full and we found ourselves sharing a table with some more randoms. I must say that the people that we have met so far have all been very friendly and have contributed to very pleasant and enjoyable dining experiences but I can already sense the pattern of conversation falling into four topics; home, family , the missing Malaysian airliner and whether Wakefield Trinity can avoid relegation ...
... now we are on the infamous Mex 1, a winding narrow highway with killer trucks. Aside from the fact that there is some serious construction going on, replacing bridges and fairly long KMs of highway, Mex 1 was not too bad. My guess there was only 30 KMs of dirt road. So far. We didn't push it. Although first time I have ever passed a semi on a dirt road or seen an 18 wheeler stuck in sand.
Lots of traffic ...
... you're launched through the air! We were told today though that we've come through the worst of it and the road get better as we go south - here's hoping, for Jennays sake as well as ours!
Pictures to follow once we get somewhere with reliable internet and a bit more time. I'll try keep the updates coming more regularly for all you worry warts (ie our parents) out there, and bombard ye with pictures then! Buenos Noches Amigos :)
... we have no need of “hook ups” and prefer being entirely self sufficient. Having a capable 4x4 vehicle too lets us sometimes drive onto
one of these coastal “primitive” sites, go right past all the RVs parked there on the hard sand, and continue on often through soft beach sand to find a little secluded spot behind the dunes or a clump of bush to give us some privacy and wind protection.
Just 16 kms further up the MEX1 we found our next bush camp - ...