Cecelia writes stories & tutors English. Her ONLINE POETRY COURSE is available on openlearning, and she has several books in print.
Cecelia's articles are illustrated with photos by Allan who enjoys photography.
The Village Cafe has been operating in Port Germain for several months now and is easily one of the most exciting eating venues in the area. It is located in a prominent position on the corner of High Street and Havers Cresent, opposite the hotel at Port Germein, just 15 km north of Port Pirie.
Light meals include chips, pies, toasted sandwiches, chicken nuggets and calamari. There is an all-day breakfast of bacon, eggs, sausage, tomato and hash brown for $15. Chicken schnitzel chips and gravy is $16.50 and a nice rump steak with chips and gravy costs $18.50. Other tempting specialities include Lamb and saltbush sausages and prawns with garlic or sweet chilli and chips!
The décor is attractive and has a seaside theme. Items of interest are on display in the counters and on the walls and include shells, postcards, artwork and home-made jams. A noticeboard offers news about local events and services. Cakes and biscuits are also available along with tea and coffee.