ibis Styles Karratha
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- Room service
- Swimming pool
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... tonnes of iron ore a year and can load a ship in 24 hours.
We headed back to camp but dropped into the historic town of Cossack on the way. This former town is on the coast between Roebourne and Point Samson. There is a lot of history here - we went to the courthouse (now a museum), the school house, the wharf and the cemetery. The town was settled in 1863 and shortly after a pearling industry started. It was ...
... first time he had experienced seas like this, so was nervous about how the boat would handle the conditions. Fortunately, Frank held his nerve, the boat held its upright position and calm waters were reached.
A few undersized fish provided a bit of action and anticipation of better things to come. Time for Frank to seek more productive waters.
Frank’s kayak has two modes of propulsion. The conventional double ended paddle or a propeller ...
Today was a very early start for the drive to catch our flights home from Karratha.
Along the way we passed the Red Dog multi-sport relay, which reminded us that just up the road from Karratha was the town of Dampier where the Red Dog came ...
... Coral Bay/Exmouth at 11pm that night and advised travellers to avoid the area. The winds were already very strong and it quickly started raining. We thought it might be best to take shelter at a cattle station rest area so travelled there only to be told it wasn't safe and we should head west as fast as possible. We headed west, in battling rain and gale force winds. After about 40km we reached a creek crossing where the road was about a metre under water. ...
... when a 4 trailer 'Road Train' blasts past you. The length of these transports is around the 60 metre range. Port Lambert is near by, it is where ships are loaded with iron ore for export to Asia(China) and Europe. There appears to be 3 or 4 currently being loaded with another 11 or so at anchor off shore! Another long day tomorrow. (Far fewer flies tonight, maybe we have escaped the ...