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When I was growing up as kid, I had always wanted to write for Lonely Planet. There was always something awesome about the aesthetic design of each book, especially the way in which the colour-coated sequence aligned itself within my local bookshop. Each guide book made every destination look so beautifully tranquil, leaving me with this dismal feeling that the world was always better somewhere else.
Even now, I still believe ...
... in the carriage decided the train trip would be a good time to change their ringtone, and went through all the available Nokia ringtones, multiple times! == I did drift in and out of sleep, trying to find a comfortable position on my two whole seats (D55, D56) by the window, but after attempting all possible sitting and lying positions within the confined space, I decided foetal position was most comfortable. BUT, not so much the morning after! Ughh..my back... D; Next morning, woke ...
We left Melbourne in brilliant sunshine and that lasted until just before Yea when the fog set in. It stayed with us until we got to Seymour but then cleared up and became a beautiful sunny winter's day.
Our journey today basically takes us up to Echuca and then over the border to Moama.
From there we journeyed 23kms out to Perracoota Station where Robyn's brother Adrian lives ...
... to a picture of the hulk, a man popped out from behind a nearby bin and approached us. In a language which me and Alice think was somewhat near English he explained how he had come from a homeless centre around the back and every couple of weeks went for a wash there. It’s needless to say how grateful we were to catch him on the way out! He went on to tell us that twice a year this ally is painted over becoming a blank canvas for the street artists to paint once again also ...
... road trip throughout Australia. This Australian, who runs a hostel during the Australian summer, goes on three two month trips throughout Australia to escape the winter in Melbourne. He offered to a group of about twelve people to provide outback suitable 4-wheel-drive vehicles and all required equipment, pay for all gasoline and provide us with his well-proven knowledge of where to go in the Outback and Western Australia and what to see apart from the ...
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