Quest Yelverton Kalgoorlie
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- Swimming pool
- Free High-Speed Internet
- Wheelchair accessibility
- Free parking
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... with a heavy curtain decorated with some kind of emblem. Walls decorated in certain panels with scenic paintings and pastel colours. Below the stage, vacant wooden floors where you could imagine staff putting out more chairs just before a show. I had to spend a bit of time taking photos in here, this theatre was just beautiful. For some reason, I never went to the edge of the parapet to have a better look below. I think it had something to do with Aaliyah ...
... Merredin we started the bunny hopping, and the revs were soaring even while idling. Both of us nearly burst into tears. We couldn’t believe this was happening again after we had just spent $4,500 supposedly getting the problem fixed. Our savings are way too low now for more major repairs and to still do this trip. We’ll have to find work sooner than we’d planned, but if this gearbox needs more work then that’s it for us, hence the immense stress and ...
11th July 2015 continued
On the journey between Coolgardie and Kalgoorlie, we decided our first port of call in the town would be Ray's Outdoors to buy a heater. We truly did not relish another freezing cold night. It was 4.15pm when we got into town and found the store that would end the cold. But alas, they had no heaters that could go inside a tent. So we went to Super Cheap followed by Bunnings. The latter had a couple heaters but their voltage required us to ...
... but had left behind in the fridge, we went for bit of a bush walk around the waterless bridge. An hour later we were back on the road, and an hour after that we hit the little town of Cunderdin. I make mention of this place because they have a most unusual building in their midst, that slaps your eyes silly when you see it as it is just so out of place. The buildings that line the main drag are your ...
Exploring the Outback of the West (gold mining). Spent the day around Norseman and the night at the lookout, stunning sunset and sunrise. Drove 135 kms through similar vegetation to the last day on the Nullarbor, to Kambalda, a mining town with great community facilities including a free 24 hour park for self contained RVs right in town, we decided to stay, as it was clean and quiet. Visited the Red Hill lookout which held a big surprise, a view of ...