The View On Hannans
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19 October - Optimistic that we can move on tomorrow, however part for fridge didn't turn up. Took it easy. Had a Nana nap to facilitate healing
20 October - still no part. Paid $70 for another two nights. Thought they might continue the $32 which is roughly daily rate if you book for a week - no go, $35 per night. Walked down to Centennial Park for a coffee and to see how I'd cope. Was good
... found here, and how water is piped here from Perth, (we noticed the pipeline in the daylight) which we are getting a bit tired to take in – and macaroons. We get a commentated coach tour of the twin towns of Kalgoorlie and Boulder which have ornate buildings dating back to the end of the 1800s and which have been restored attractively.
There are two actual brothels in K and we pause outside them for a few more tales. Then back on the train for not the most relaxing ...
... and starting to get upset he wasn’t finding any gold.
In the afternoon we went to look at the Superpit from the pubic viewing area. It is 600m deep and quite amazing to see. The only ...
... lunch and then a drive into look around Kings Park. The park is amazing, lots of beautiful wild flowers in the botanic gardens. Amazing tree planted by The Queen in 1954 was decorated with skirt, sash and tiara. Park was done up for festival of September. Had nice cup of coffee and watched sun set. Good views of the huge construction happening at the port. In fact there are roadworks all over the city. Beautiful day. Wednesday 9 September Booked day at Rottnest Island, ferry ...
... The Super Pit is 3.5kms long, 1.5kms wide and more than 600 metres deep. Talk about feeling insignificant amongst all the massive trucks and equipment.
After the tour we dropped into the York Hotel for a quick drink then headed off to The Beaten Track Brewery for a taste of the local brews… Quiet dinner and early to bed ready for the races the following day.
We had a delicious cooked breakfast ...