Rydges Kalgoorlie Resort and Spa
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- Swimming pool
- Room service
- Wheelchair accessibility
- Fitness/Health center
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... heating up inside the bus about how crazy it was to tour the city in the dark. It got entertaining and uncomfortable when the gal directly behind us (who was pretty liquored up) got a little belligerent and made several unkind observations at full volume, but for the most part it was pretty civil. The rest of us were fully in the twilight zone and just committed to seeing it through. We got back to the station and after sharing a few bemused looks, got on the train and went to bed. Quite a memorable ...
It's a bit of a sleep in this morning, then a leisurely breakfast. No cooked breakfast today, just cereal and a cuppa. With breakfast done, it's time for a leisurely walk along the beach. There are a lot of rock pools and find myself splashing through them, just like I did as a kid. After about 45 minutes of walking along and photographing everything in sight, it's time to head back to camp to catch up on Facebook and emails. With the ************e it's time ...
We have spent the night in the company of our new travelling companions - Beth and Peter and this morning we are sharing a cooked breakfast beside the open fire than Peter has got going before the rest of get up. We have scrambled eggs, potatoes cooked over the open fire, bacon and toast. We are heading today to Eucla for an overnight stay in the caravan park. We have some washing that needs to be done and it will be nice to have ...
... how easily we've just fitted in with once another. Beth and Peter are travelling in the same direction as we are and will eventually make their way to Melbourne, so it's unanimously decided that we will travel together for a few day. It's been great for Terry because he now has another male to bond with and talk cars and fishing etc. It's also good for me to have some female company and the good thing is that we all get on so ...
... did not stop them from tunnelling off out of their areas when underground. We then headed off to another lookout at the northern end of the pit and also further down nearer the workings. We also seen some underground trucks travelling up out of the underground workings. These trucks were smaller, only carrying about 50 tons instead of the 250 tons that the others can carry, because of the confined spaces that they worked in. These trucks worked at a much deeper level and takes ...