Rydges Kalgoorlie Resort and Spa
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Travel Blogs from Kalgoorlie
... Winnie-the-Pooh music night light back. We’d left that in the camper when we came back to Perth for ten days; it was a nightmare trying to get her to sleep every night without it. When we crossed the street towards the shops, I saw an unusual sign beneath the street sign. It was of historical significance about the first telegraph pole, but I’m not sure if it meant the pole it was attached to was the original one, or if that was the original spot. ...
28th July Tuesday
It seemed I’d only just fallen asleep when Aaron woke me at 4am. He hadn’t slept very well either, and on top of that it was raining lightly, just like the first time we tried to leave. Things weren’t looking good. I was chuffed, however, at the effort made by Aaron’s younger brother, Todd, to get up super early and see us off. There were no tears from anyone this time. Saying farewell had become too ...
Today we had a relaxing morning down the street. We had coffee and shared a waffle at our favourite cafe ever, the Dome. We walked around Karlkurla Park - a bush land park and walking trail with signs to explain the names of plants and the terrain. We walked for about 4.25 km. We went to a lookout at the end of the pipeline ( water) from Perth, and Hammond Park where there were kangaroos, emus and a variety of birds. It was a great place for kids but we liked it. We head East ...
Today we travelled about 550 km from Sandstone to Kalgoorlie. The terrain was similar to yesterday. We travelled through the Victoria Desert. There were also all the nearly dead or dying towns, pretty but not thriving as the miners don't seem to use the facilities available in these towns. They are so far from anywhere and I don't know where they buy their food. Today due to rain we decided to buy lunch so we got the last pie for Trev and the last sausage ...
... want to do stuff for free, but when you're stressed and worried, you just want someone to help a little and give some direction. Anyway, we decided to go somewhere else and we found ourselves at KBC Automotives. Aaron went in by himself and came out more upset. The receptionist woman had been rude and sarcastic to him, and as he walked out it was to the sound of laughter. She'd said even if they were interested in looking at our problem, they couldn't do so until mid ...