A Good Rest B&B
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... sultanas were washed away, leaving us with a presentable (and roomy!) vehicle. On the whole I wouldn't say taking your car to the cleaner is much of a family activity, especially in high 30s heat, but I guess it was a bit of a rite of passage. We then bought a few bits and bobs at Coles and made an important Liquorland pit stop before retiring to the relative luxury of our room to make dinner, skype with family and enjoy a few drinks on our verandah. And a real bed for two ...
... Trans Oceania 2014 Handicap Race. Congratulations to Rae! The handicapping had been little on the heavy side for the faster riders as it turned out, but the 44-minute spread at the start was reduced to a 15 minute spread in finish times, so it wasn't a bad attempt. Unfortunately after 50km of slogging our guts out, we still had 60km to ride to that night's camp and it was a far slower procession of riders that left after the post-race BLT sandwiches. About 5km from our destination ...
... In this unlikely environment we come across Red Centre Farm where there are plantations of mango trees, some vineyards and a telephone box. The farm specialises in mango products including mango ice cream ( delicious ), mango liqueur and mango champagne. A young German guy supervises the tasting sessions for a group of travellers, including SG. (AG driving ) We buy a bottle of Outback Mango champagne. Maybe that will be the bottle to ...
Alice Springs is a significant stop for us. It is the centre of Australia, as far away from anything as we could be, the middle of our 1/2 lap journey around the country and Harrison turned four. Thankfully the caravan park we are staying in is great with 3 pools, 2 playgrounds, a jumping pillow and even a BMX bike track. The kids don't really need to be anywhere else ...
... we arrived at Kings canyon. As the temperature exceeded 36 degrees (it was actually 42) the longer walk was closed so we did the next longest which was 2 hours long while four of our group decided to do the shortest of an hour duration. Phil checked again that everyone had 3L of water on them and there was always gunna be one idiot who had left a bottle in the van so we had to wait for them to walk back to the van and retrieve it. It was a nice walk kinda spoilt by the fact ...