The caravan park is run by the local Shire, only charges a nominal fee. They have a small shop, with solar and wind power, and rainwater tanks.
Near the village is a massive limestone bluff, at the top of which there is a Telstra wireless signal -- I get three bars on my phone, a good signal.
I have a 110ah deep cycle battery in my car, running the laptop off it. It is 7.25am, drove up to the top of the bluff. There's another guy parked beside me doing the same thing. Ha ha, we need our Internet fix!
Internet is incredibly slow though. I might try it late tonight.
Comments:Posted on 27 Dec 2011, 15:48 by aarf
Rayleen, can you smell something?
Posted on 27 Dec 2011, 16:11 by Tony
Sounds my kind of camp site. A couple of years ago we had snow on Xmas day and I took a home made bivi bag, pan, vegan stirfry, and some books up into my woodland. Made a fire, balanced a pan on two shovels and a pile of rocks, cooked a meal. Popped into my bivibag and watched the birds, the sky, read some scifi and NO COMPUTER OR PHONE. It was lovely.
Enjoy your hols.
Posted on 27 Dec 2011, 19:50 by BarryK
Correction, the caravan park does have a public phone booth, plus a phone in the manager's office.
My location is in the heart of the D'Entrecasteaux National Park:
Posted on 27 Dec 2011, 24:59 by Dewbie
Glad you're enjoying it!
Hope you had a nice Christmas, and Happy New Year!
Posted on 28 Dec 2011, 7:32 by Raffy
Time for holidays!
Yeah, it's time for holidays! I like that park's natural character.
As to us, wish you were here at Boracay!