....Northampton Übernachtung, und bereits ist wieder zur Abreise gepackt.
We had spotted a free camp offered by the council, in Geraldton. Having never visited there before, we thought this would be good. We arrived around 11.30, and it was full. Only 8 sites were allocated to caravans...but it wasn't to be. Bedsides, it was just a big carpark, even though it was by the sea. We set off heading towards Whitecliffs, which is a beautiful free camp on the beach, with turquoise sea and chalk white cliffs as a backdrop. We stayed there last year, and just loved it!
On our way we stopped at Northampton for coffee and a very rich but delicious vanilla slice. Ian and I shared one piece, but even that was almost too much. The town had model painted sheep dotted around the town. Also iron cutouts depicting the towns history.
Our camping plans changed again when we where going through Dongora. Just off the main road, was a green grassy site, with 3 caravans parked. It looked pleasant and had a good feel about it.
We parked beside a group of two caravans travelling together. They were washing their car with an Aldi power spray, and they could talk!!!!
We left them to it, and walked to the beach. It turned out to be a little further than anticipated. We walked around 10km, but It was a beautiful day -26 degrees, and no wind. We walked along a boardwalk with pelicans asleep on the beach, or swimming in the water. On the return journey, we stopped at a tavern for a beer, and cold glass of wine as our reward.Read more
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