ibis Styles Karratha
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Friday 13 March – Karratha WA 875 kms
I had a great night’s sleep in the air-conditioned 4 share room. However when I went to retrieve my fridge items found the kitchen doors locked. As it was 6am I didn’t want to disturb anyone and as they looked quite flimsy I tried to push them ajar. Then the bloomin things collapsed. They ...
Before we left Welcome Rest Stop, we checked the WA main roads website to see if any roads had reopened that would shorten the day's trip, but no such luck. So we drove 250 kms North towards Port Hedland, then reached the intersection of the Coastal Highway and the Great Northern Highway, where there was an oversized road train just stopped in the middle of the road, and they were diverting traffic through the rest areas on either side of the road around it. We ...
... the State and Federal governments have still managed to overspend and fall into debt. Sounds familiar doesn’t it.
*As we head towards Dampier, where there is a modern deep water port to export many of the commodities, the road traffic is getting significantly busier.
*Near Karrutha we have heard that a place called Deep Gorge offers fine examples of ancient Aboriginal art called petroglyphs ( engravings on rocks). Sadly, ...
... into the high thirties so we called it quits and went back to the van, turned on the air conditioning and read our books for the rest of the afternoon.
That night there was a blood moon lunar eclipse occurring and we had a great view of it from our van. Here in WA the eclipse started at a very civilised time of 6.35pm and finished a couple of hours later and there was not a cloud in the sky.
Next stop - Onslow
... about 300m away it was truly spectacular. A reef came right up to the beach so at low tide it was completely exposed so long walks across the rocks found octopi, coral, crabs, fish... High tide was fishing (shovel nosed shark and another small shark) and brought in the turtles... In end of October - November the turtles next along the beach, so we were a bit early for that unfortunately...The dogs had a GREAT time. ...