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Didn't hurry leaving Wagga Wagga. filled up with water and left about 10 a.m. It is a good free grassy camp spot. Headed North to Forbes on a grey cloudy day. Took turns driving and arrived in Forbes about 2 p.m and after we had a look around we went into Woolworths to stock up for the next few ...
... weather in Borneo for our last climb, so although we were disappointed not to summit, we were understanding that it goes that way sometimes. We will have plenty of opportunity to climb in New Zealand. You just can't conquer every mountain, but we both silently made a vow to come back soon and conquer it...being the competitive couple we are! Our time in Tasmania was certainly adventurous, we were happy to be back in the tent, though the last night was so ...
... had dropped and the wind increased enough to be described as wild and woolly. Thankfully, after taking a few photos, we were able to shelter out of the cold wind in a lookout building with many other tourists who were dressed in summer clothes and taken by surprise by the icy wind. Late in the afternoon, after purchasing a few groceries, we headed back to our cabin and enjoyed a delicious steak cooked by Mike on the BBQ in the camp kitchen accompanied by a simple green ...
... even though we didn't go in the water. There was live music, lots of Australia paraphernalia, and activities throughout the day like beach volleyball. It was just fun to be a part of and the event had a great atmosphere.
From the beach, we headed to Bonorong Wildlife Park where we hoped to see Tasmanian Devils. We saw online that there are tours/feedings every day at 2PM and it was our intention to go to one. When we arrived ...
... 8217;s a lot of criminal blood on the island and the locals are fiercely proud of their heritage!) Then we catch a bus west and head out to the Cascade brewery where we’ve got a tour booked. The brewery is Australia’s oldest (it dates back to 1824) and is home to some great beers – probably the best we tried while in Australia. The tour is fascinating, and we end up back in the bar sampling some of the brewery’s beers – and enjoying a spot ...
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