Port Lincoln Hotel
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Travel Blogs from Port Lincoln
... nibble we decided to give it away and cook up a toasted bacon sandwich and cup of tea for breaky. No fish for dinner tonight! After breaky it was time to do the washing up and make our minds up whether to stay another night or move on back up to the top of the NP where the fishing may be better. We decided to hang in here for another night before making our way back ...
... Yamaha 2kva. I would have been happy with either so basically it came to price and availability in Port Lincoln, because I wanted it before we went into Lincoln National Park for 5 Days. I rang the Yamaha agent first and they had a unit but quoted $1949, I rejected this as I knew the Honda unit was on special for $1699. I asked if they price matched and he confirmed he would get back to me, when? Next I rang the Honda agent and talk about customer service being ...
... we went to a fishing shop and got some great advice on fishing while in the NP, currently catching King George Whiting, Flathead so we purchased some bait and will try our luck over the next 5 Days. A quick cup of coffee and a look around Port Lincoln then it was back to Tumby Bay to do a quick food stocktake before heading into the NP tomorrow. Not a very busy day but very productive and ...
... all seen in pictures and on TV. We immediately went to have a closer look and drove all the way around it. It really is pretty impressive and it's nothing like I would have expected. We also had a look around the Cultural centre to get a bit of insight into the Aboriginals view of Uluru. We decided to stay at the Ayers Rock Resort which is just outside of the National Park while we were exploring the area and even though it wasn’t our usual free roadside rest stop it ...
... and decided we had to get up close and personnel. We donned wetsuits, hoods, booties and gloves, put on our masks and snorkels and braved the water. On first getting in the water was so cold I had to get out straight away. Then I got in again and started really enjoying the experience. One of the guys was throwing pilchards out for the Tuna and he would throw them all around you. These huge fish would zip past you and just miss you. They were magnificent up ...