We've not got wifi, but have managed to 'hotspot' Angie's iPad on to the old iPhone which has given us some access to the Internet (not bad for a couple of oldies to work that out!). Sadly it doesn't seem to want to load the photos, so we'll try and sort that out later.
We made our way gently up to Geraldton after spending the morning working out how the electrics and fuses worked, so we're all sussed and working now. Need a few provisions and a bit of a stock take, so decide to spend a couple of nights unwinding. Find there's a show called 'Peace Train' on at the theatre with a singer called Darren Coogan performing a story of Cat Stevens life. We go along for an entertaining and relaxing evening, including a meal out at lovely little restaurant, The Boatshed. Oysters Kilpatrick...fantastic, I can never find them on a UK menu so it's great to see they're still popular here. Geraldton doesn't have a lot to offer for tourists, but it is improving. It is still dominated by the huge grain silos at the port and our campsite is situated by the train tracks that seem to feed it through the night, but we're so tired it's not a big problem.