Voyages El Questro Wilderness Park Hotel
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... pushed the house prices up, to rent a house here on average is $600/$700 per week...that's just crazy!!! We have come to the conclusion that it's a town that never sleeps, fire cracks go off at anytime of night which echo off the rocks, music plays all night and not quietly either and there's always people walking around.
When we arrived in Kununurra it was like stepping back in time..unusual feeling but also a nice feeling, the ...
... unspoken fear. We had booked an aerial tour of the bungle bungles the previous day and now had a few hours to quietly regret our decision. It wasn't exactly a fear of flying, more a fear of flying in a tin can. As our pilot walked us out to the hanger where our small plane was sitting, our worries weren't exactly lifted. It was old and it was a bit weathered. It had certainly done some flying, so our method of reassurance was ...
... three nights at this stage. We spend our first night in Kununurra getting taught how to inject Shane in the stomach with insulin. So second day in Kununurra and after a restless nights sleep I go into the hospital at five in the morning. I take great delight in learning how to stab Shane's finger, to test his blood and his glucose level. Shane is allowed out of hospital for short stays, so we head off to the local market for a bit of shopping. For a small town market they ...
Milly, Payton and I started the day with a walk into town at 7am to the bakery to buy some fresh bread. The sun had some real bite in it even that early in the morning. But still a pleasant walk. We spotted some real cute birds that were red and brown a bit like a willy wagtail. We had a leisurely breakfast and just spent the day relaxing. Great atmosphere at this caravan park. Tim and I sat down by the lake admiring the view ...
There are lots of boab trees in this area. They are a wonderful large tree with a trunk that swells like a big round belly. It loses its leaves in the dry winter season leaving its branches bare. Ben called them the upside down trees because their branches looked like roots in the air.
Their latin name is Adansonia gregorii after the explorer Augustus Gregory who travelled through this area in the 1800s. We visited a spot on ...
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