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- Swimming pool
- Free High-Speed Internet
- Wheelchair accessibility
- Free parking
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New Years Day 2015 - no rest or sleep-ins for the wicked!
Chris' bucket list demanded that he go out to Steep Point - The westernmost point of the Australian mainland - and get a photo with the sign stating such! This is a huge undertaking, though - an 8 hour return journey to one of the remotest destinations in Australia, through tough terrain and deep sand, just to have bragging rights and a photo with a sign...?! You can imagine ...
... Park today, so we were on the road around 10am.
It was a long way, but well worth it!
It was a 50km trip each way, on dirt roads and sections of
very soft sand, so it took a few hours each way. The first section was 7km of gravel road, to
the tyre deflation area. We laughed at the little “Wicked Camper” Rav-4
pretendy 4WD’s that thought they would be able to attempt it! We worked as a team to deflate one tyre each,
... dotted across it - just beautiful !
Our first stop was about 2 hours up the road, at the Billabong Road House. We really only stopped there to stretch our legs, use the toilet and splash some diesel in the tank, but once inside….. The spending frenzy began! Fresh smoothies, tourist magnets, drinking water for the car, a James Reyne CD for Teriann, a "Man Cave Rules" wooden poster for Chris…. Spent a fortune ! OMG!!, it was bloody HOT here – ...
... that were fed, they do not feed any other dolphins that visit the beach.
So we had a lie in, a leisurely breakfast and then drove across the peninsula to Monkey Mia. The advice we had been given was good advice. All the stats are posted on a whiteboard, how many dolphins were fed, how many dolphins visited in total and how many people were in attendance. That morning for the first feed 135 people turned up, the second feed which we were at only 18 people were there. They ...
... 38c as we were driving along. I hoped it would cool down as we got back near the coast. It didn't really, the wind got up however, but that just made it feel like we were inside a tumble drier!
We had stopped at Hamlin's Pool, home to some Stromolites. Stromolites are the oldest living organism on earth apparently. They don't do much. They grow into rock formations, kind of like coral, but not as colourful and not as quickly. They grow something like 0.7 of ...