Kalbarri Seafront Villas
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- Swimming pool
- Free High-Speed Internet
- Wheelchair accessibility
- Free parking
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... with the German ship Kormoran. All 645 hands aboard the HMAS Sydney II were lost, and 81 went down with Kormoran. 318 German soldiers were rescued and imprisoned, so the authorities had a good idea what had happened, but the ships themselves were not found until 2008. The memorial in Geraldton was erected before the ships were found, and included the "waiting woman" looking out at sea watching and hoping for the menfolk to return. She was looking spot on in ...
... came to The Pinnacles. These look like weird formations of stones sticking out of yellow sand. The sand apparently is much prized by bricklayers as it contains a lot of calcium in the form of lime. There are a number of theories as to the formation of these rocks the most commonly held opinion is as follows. In the mists of time there was a forest here which was somehow devastated and covered with this yellow sand. The sand combined with ...
... a café overlooking the river/ocean – yummy BLT focaccia and fresh whiting fish and chips. We had a look around the shops and then checked out the Red Bluff lookout on the way home – A huge tall bluff overlooking the bay that leads into Kalbarri township, and the rugged coastline and cliffs south of the town. Really beautiful views in both directions, but jeez it was so windy!! We were walking on a wide concrete path, and still we ...
... the Victoria Police Academy Chapel) and had a
beautiful nativity scene set up inside it, although we didn’t much care for the
orange and grey décor inside it! We
would have loved to have stayed longer in Geraldton (apparently the Museum on
the waterfront is amazing, too), but we needed to push-on…. We grabbed our last caramel kick frappe
drinks for the near future from Maccas on the way out of town, and continued
north to Port Gregory. ...
... trip and in the rush I forgot to transfer music to my phone. Whilst away, and when we have had internet, I have tried getting some songs from our backup on the cloud. It's been semi successful, I've probably downloaded in the region of a hundred songs.
The problem is that it will only play one song at a time. I can't play an album, I can't shuffle tracks, I can't continuously play tracks one after the other. So my job as DJ was almost ...