Voyages El Questro Wilderness Park Hotel
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... to see. One was the mini Bungle Bungles. Certainly nowhere near as spectacular as the ones further down the road, but a nice drive and if you were into long walking treks, this would be a good to do. The sandalwood place was closing more or less as we go there, so we didn't see the film. We drove past some chia crops that were growing in a field. Kununurra is one of the biggest areas in the world for growing chia. There were people fishing off ...
... swim in the pool.
Friday 31st July
After the cruiser had a new set of boots fitted we left town and went out to the Lower Ord River and the Ivanhoe Crossing. It’s a beautiful wide river and I’m sure the guys would have loved to have driven across but the entrance was blocked by a huge rock. That’s one way to stop the tourists!!
Back in the car and off to check out the Sandalwood Showroom. Wen and ...
... and beautiful. The girls were given a 'Spot the animal’ sheet and if they found all 8 animals they got an ice-cream but unfortunately they came up 2 short.
The two guys running it were very funny ("you may have heard the captain goes down with the ship – well this is a boat") and the ultimate hosts.
The highlight of the cruise was the sunset swim where we jumped off the roof of the boat (or rather jumped off the roof 20 times ...
... to seduce a couple of females with his calls, dance and showing off all his objects in his bower. He had collected the plastic thing that holds cans together so I took this away so he or any other bird or animal does not gets stuck in it. This bird collects pieces of green glass , green tops and white stones, some collect blue things .
Little Pandon river was next again then on to the three camping areas not far from the ...
Decided to lift ourselves out of our comfort zone and do a tour before our sedentary lifestyle takes root. Spoke to a couple who were doing a Lake Argyle cruise on the Kimberley Cat twin-hull catamaran. For $120 we were picked up from the caravan park at 10.30 am and returned at 7 pm. The tour included a visit to the historic home of the Durack family, a lengthy cruise, bus pick up and drop off, lunch, afternoon tea, coffee, tea and ...
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