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... Whitsundays. The airport there is easily the smallest I have ever passed through, with one plane servicing the place and a terminal not much bigger than the dance floor in The Garage. But my few days in the area were a real highlight. I spent 3 nights on a boat sailing the islands, doing some snorkelling and my first ever scuba dive. And what a place to do it: The Great Barrier Reef! I found Nemo and all his friends and the coral was as spectacular as I had imagined. I ...
... at a relaxed pace from the saddle of a bike.
I would love to think that following on from my mother's bike rides in the 1940's and ours almost 70 years later that our children, their partners, our grandchildren, friends, or readers of this blog might inherit our passion for touring by bike.
Till next time (watch this space!) .......... Maggie
... for doing that in the first place and she probably could have lived with Ned! Anyways, we always went to the city court and got to re-enact the Ned Kelly trial. I was Judge Redmond Berry and I enjoyed playing the part but he was a very mean man! We also got to look around the Victoria library and it is beautiful! Until next time "Let's communicate effectively out there" -Jimmy ...
... live in the houses on the street and they are paid 28000 bucks a year to close their curtains once a week and move their cars down the road so outside scenes can be filmed. All the inside scenes are filmed in the studio which we went to but were only allowed to see Greasemonkeys, Dial a Kyle and Fitzgerald Motors. Our guide was really knowledgable and funny though so he made it better. Not worth 55 bucks though. Now were on a 12 hour bus to ...
... a nice drive, winding around corners and up hills through some lovely green trees that canopied over the road. Once up there you could see right out over Melbourne, this too was a lovely spot to go to and we timed it nicely to then drive back to the caravan park missing most of the peak hour traffic.
Once again we had had an amazing day and all thanks to our personal tour guide Janice. I could recommend her to anyone. Her rates are very reasonable ;-)
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