Overnight Reflections

Address: 113 Fishing Point Rd, Fishing Point, Lake Macquarie, Greater Newcastle, Hunter Valley, New South Wales, 2283, Australia | B&B
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        A travel blog entry by watts.karin on Sep 19, 2015

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        The title isn't quite right but Cooronbong is hard to find on the map. I went to Church at Memorial Church, Avondale and caught up with a young friend from Melbourne. Barry still too unwell to venture out.

        Melayna cooked up a yummy meal. Uncle ...

        Medowie to Gunnedah

        A travel blog entry by mboy on Aug 17, 2015

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        ... to Gunnedah. The road was good and the traffic light. Breeza plains was a wonderful colour of green and yellow. The yellow canola fields were in full bloom. Arriving into Gunnedah at 1.45pm. We had a quick trip through the centre of town and switched on the Polaris (GPS) to find the Showground. Easy parking for the vans, large powered sites ...

        Mr Cranky Pants and the confusing crisps

        A travel blog entry by postcardtohome on Aug 07, 2015

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        ... before she headed off to try and find Jonathan. The train departed at 7.11am, with no Jonathan to be seen! The train conductor then came round to check our tickets...he was interesting to say the least. We had seats 60, 63, 64, 66 booked for the 4 of us (obviously there was only 3 of us), so me and Chloe sat next to each other and the German guy sat in one of the seats in the other aisle. The conductor was extremely picky as he took a look at the German guys ticket and told him ...

        Return to Eastland

        A travel blog entry by ozplanman on Aug 05, 2015

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        It was a good thing I guess, we have a long drive today to be at G’s place tonight. We worked out last night that the distance we did yesterday and the distance we plan to do today differ only by 2km! We have essentially come right across NSW in two days.

        We passed through Narromine which is a nice town that actually seems to have some civic pride. When we arrived in west Dubbo we were in the midst of a ...


        A travel blog entry by charli9988 on Apr 07, 2015

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        ... the dog) with him. Spike is now 14 years old. Matty and his family lost touch with David and just presumed that Spike would have passed away over the past 11 years. After David found Debbie (Matty's mum) just before Christmas and then finding out Spike was still alive and here in Oz, obviously Gosford was a must in our trip. David was working but told us to head over and let ourselves in and introduce ourselves to the dogs. David has two dogs, Spike and Dusty. Dusty we ...