BEST WESTERN Alexander Motel
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... camp site you can view many different varieties of birds amongst the tree canopies along with the activities of roaming emu's and kangaroo’s.
There’s nothing more special than enjoying a camp fire in an Australian bush setting or walking along a track in amongst the bush viewing the fauna and flora of the ...
We left Whyalla just before 10 am and set off for Port Augusta about 75km away. The weather was fine , the road good and the traffic light so we made good time and were soon turning onto the Stuart Highway heading north toward Alice Springs. We chose our first Campsite at Lake Hart, just past Pimba. This was a lovely spot overlooking a large Salt lake with the Trans Australian rail line passing along the lake shore. We saw some freight trains but no sign ...
... catching big blue swimmer crabs, and squid, the snapper is around but have not caught any sized yet. I have been out a few time being the 'deckhand' but pEter has found a mate in Craig (neighbour from Qld) so he has taken my spot....leaves me free for other chores!!!!!!!! So you all can see where the last month has gone, we have been busy, but glad now Peter is getting some serious fishing done, saves on the meat bill when you can catch your dinner. My granddaughter turned ...
... and 3 yo Kaitlyn at the restaurant attached to the motor inn. Food was delicious - I had squid 2 ways and Thai green curry fish. Great to catch up on all the goss. An early night had by all - though Paddy kept us up most of the night. Meh! Off to Adelaide today - catching up with our dear friends Kris and Tania. Can't ...
... despite the person serving asking twice whether it was a flat white, latte or cappacino. I got a flat white regardless. It is much drier on the north east part of the Eyre Peninsula and the familiar red sand reappears along with the saltbush. As you head into Whyalla you pass Iron Knob which is the mine. You can't miss it, it's huge and looks like terraced red dirt. Whyalla is predominantly an iron ore town. It looks very similar to Port ...