Whyalla Foreshore Motor Inn
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- Continental Breakfast
- Swimming pool
- Free High-Speed Internet
- Room service
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Distance Travelled: 383 km Trip total: 3943 km Accommodation: Whyalla Foreshore Motor Inn Highlights: - catching up with old uni mate, Thanh To A pretty low key day compared to other days. We packed up the car and departed Streaky Bay for Whyalla. The drive was uneventful, and quite boring. We got to Whyalla around midday, checked into our motel …
... in 1999 and reopened in 2013. We watched a six minute movie of the mining and we could have gone on a tour of the mine for a donation, but we'd seen a few mines in the past and had done the three hour, boring tour, of One Steel in Whyalla last year. If it hadn't been so cold, maybe we would have, but we just wanted to keep moving and get warm in the car but not before collecting one geocache to mark our stay. We stopped at the Big Galah in Kimba ...
... another 30km to Port Germein. Port Germein was not on our radar at all, but once we got there we were so happy with the sleepy seaside "village" that holds the title of the longest jetty in Australia (and, it says "possibly" the southern hemisphere). So what to do but park up for the night and go for a walk ?
The jetty walk itself is ...
... First one, too busy, but try this one we were advised it was closer. Eventually found it after exploring some of the lovely back streets of Hyde Park, Liz likes the houses and wants to move here, until she went and found a coffee shop and PAID! Meanwhile the nice Nissan man plugged in his computer, found the fault code, checked it out and advised that as he had suspected EGT (exhaust gas temperature) sensor decided it was a bit warm and we should have ...
... one 'hillside' almost looked like a patchwork - the photo doesn't do it justice.
We parked up (a reasonable reversing effort) at the Caravan Park, and as usual people soon came over for a chat. Met neighbour 2 vans down who was recovering from a knee reconstruction. A bit later Greg met neighbour in the van next to us - she was in plaster up to her knee - broken ankle we think. Next day a ...