Quest Yelverton Kalgoorlie
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- Swimming pool
- Free High-Speed Internet
- Wheelchair accessibility
- Free parking
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... walk out of the store while the checkout person watched on! Not sure what to make of that.
Later in the afternoon we visited the Hannans North Tourist Mine, which had the usual displays of miners cottages etc, but where we could also try our hand at some gold panning (Josh got to use the pan he received for his Birthday) and get up close and personal with a decommissioned truck and ...
... We turned on our new Polocool 4.4kw cooler for the first time, but it struggled for a while to bring the temp down in the van. We swam in the glorious huge pool (nanny too!) until 6.15pm then quickly went grocery shopping before the shops shut at 7pm. We then quickly went out for Dinner at the Metropole Hotel in historic Burt St Kalgoorlie at 7.45pm - this hotel was recommended to us by Rod Peters, as it is built over the top of an old ...
... a little while.
Stopping at Kambalda Golf Course for the third hole, we were shocked at the dirt and sand. No lush greens here to ruin. This hole was Par 4 and we played it "ambrose style" where you hit off from the best shot of the group each time. Took less time and we managed to finish with 9 hits this time. We all had a laugh and Moff was a lot more relaxed on this course which we had all ...
We arrived in Kalgoorlie around 6.30pm on Friday. The lady at the caravan park agreed to wait for us as they normally closed at 6.00pm. Set up the van and sat back and did our new ritual on this trip, watched everybody loves Raymond which we had on a hard drive. Hard getting good TV reception everywhere we went. Next morning we did a tour of the town. Kalgoorlie is a really beautiful town with old buildings that have ...
... get to the lookout before we did, and he laughed out loud when I remarked upon what had struck me almost immediately as I looked up the hill:
The loss of mobility that affects us all as we get along in years results in a bit of a shuffling gait that, when combined with the stooped posture that can also afflict the aged, gives one a very specific aspect. When you concentrate this aspect by collecting a large number of elderly and force them all to walk uphill in ...