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... did manage to get some photos but it wasnt quite the reflection of beautiful mountains into the big lake that it apparently should have been. Weather had really clagged in and we had some rainy spells too. Still an enjoyable walk though and saw some blue mushrooms and massive spiders on the way round so they are now options into the photo competition. Another stop for coffee and the cafe before driving up towards greymouth. It was a longer drive than expected and we were all a ...
First time in a long, I'm back on my own, #all by myself, don't want to be all by myself#
Only 15 days left, this is my light at the end of the tunnel and I can finally feel the warmth of freedom.
From my time here, I have seen 9 people leave and move on with their travels. Some sticking round Oz and the others flying back home, With all the goodbyes there will only be a few that I'll truly miss, however, till we speak with each other again I'm back on my own, drinking ...
... on the laptop and, with some paints, I enjoy an hour or so experimenting with subjects I would'nt normaly use. Cooking, taking naps, night feeds all become part of the daily slog and once agin the days past.
I have been at the zoo for the longest time, out lasting my time at Globtrotters over christmas, My desire to move is at an all time high, however, the thought of completing my 2nd year visa and enjoying the sweet taste of my first beer, from the zoo, whilst in the ...
... Ricky said nothing and left us there. The river cruise itself was ok done by Bruce. We spotted about 4/5 crocs. Again, Ricky was waiting when we got back. It was then back to our respective hotels. When Ricky dropped us off he recommended The Surf Club for dinner. We got changed and decided to take his advice. The place was closed! We then walked down to The Iron Bar instead and saw the Sugar Cane Toad racing (the Americans thought it was cane toe racing!). Ian was ...
... to explain who, it is at this moment that I notice, in stupid font and in a tiny size, Countryroad Coachlines written above the sliding doors. This is the company I'd been waiting for. Once again the driver explains a new dilemma, he can only go as far as Mossman (a full 45 minutes from the zoo) I could'nt care less and hoped on, figuring I would think of something once there.
A nap is earned and taken on the the ride, and before I know it we arrive in Mossman. The ...
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