Rydges Kalgoorlie Resort and Spa
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... which are like an oasis in the desert at times.
Took some photos and watched one of the small planes take off. Also made sandwiches to use up our salad before we got to the quarantine check.
Arrived at Ceduna about 12.30 pm after a 280 km trip on a long, straight road and boring scenery. No food to declare at Quarantine check. I must have an honest face because they did a rudimentary check in the ...
... Huge pit.
Boulder and Kalgoorlie have much the same with appearance with the streets lined with the original old buildings. Many in both towns have been restored to their former glory and truly are magnificent. These buildings are over a thousand years old and house much of today's retail outlets.
We have enjoyed a great visit and head off to begin too cross the Nullarbor Wednesday.
... Perth via the Swan Valley and then across to the Avon Valley. Lots of wheatfield countryside and occasional grain facilities. And, did I mention, we are travelling with our back to the engine? We have use of a lounge bar and have to book our mealtimes in the restaurant car. It’s not a cheap way to travel but it is all inclusive.
The Indian Pacific is so long you can’t see both ends from the platform. It was inaugurated in 1969, after the states had agreed ...
... br> Also took a photo of an ice chest. We didn't have a fridge when we were first married and had to use an ice chest. There is a metal piece under the lid which was big enough to take a block of ice, which in turn kept contents below cool. Goodness you'd think we were getting on a bit.
We gave Hannon's Tourist mine a miss. Stopped at the Super pit and watched some of the large 'tonka' trucks remove ore ...
... thought it was a tick and hopeful that the Pharmist would remove it but to no avail, only advise was given. Back at DABUS Alan had to remove the tick.
We spent three nights at Kalgoolie, one night at the 24 rest area and two nights out at Lake Douglas were we enjoyed the company of Sheryl and Brian. DABUS was set up to watch the footy finals, so under Sheryl and Brian’s awning we all enjoyed to game. Dabus got a well earned trip to the car wash was soon good to give it a ...