I don't want to leave Esperance
23.11.2012 - 24.11.2012 26 °C
I really didn't want to leave Esperance because it really catered for dogs. The Pink Lake Caravan Park was very nice although it wasn't close to the town (about 5 kilometres away). But it was very quiet and the facilities were fine. I'm giving it 3 paws out of 5 paws.
Mum and Dad were going to have an overnight stop at Lake King and then make their way up to Hyden to see some rock that looked like a wave (humans like to see strange things) but when they made a stop at Ravensthorpe, the tourist information person said that it was better that they kept going to Hyden and stay at the caravan park that was right next to the rock. So they did.
We didn't arrive in Hyden until about 3.30pm and as Mum and Dad decided to only stay overnight they quickly unfolded the camper trailer, took out a few things and they were done. We then went to see the wave rock.
It was massive, I admit, but it's just a rock, isn't it? Well Mum and Dad didn't think so. They read all the information about the rock and then Dad climbed up the rock (I wasn't allowed so me and Mum went back to the campsite)
From the wave we had a short walk to Hippos's Yawn.
The next day we headed off early. The campsite at Hyden was great to stay in because it was walking distance to the wave rock. Our site was a little strange because there was a whole heap of sites in one area but the power was only at one end so luckily Dad had a 25-metre extension lead. We didn't use the kitchen but Mum took a look at it and said it was quite small and there was only one place to wash dishes. I'm giving it 3 paws out of 5 paws. On the way to Bremer Bay we stopped at Mulka's Cave and The Humps, which was only 20 kilometres away from Hyden.