Merimbula Robyns Nest
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- Swimming pool
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Fantastic lake views, saw a kangaroo
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An early but lovely sunny start to the day. The clocks gained us an hour due to daylight saving so we used it to start today's trip at 8.00am.
If Saturday in Canberra was traffic free, imagine what early Sunday morning was like!
We've come across some interesting place names on our travels and today as we were driving along we …
... I can get on with something else and arrive back to a full tank of fuel. So far we have filtered 240 litres. The average cost of diesel per litre is approx $1.30 so well on the way to covering the cost of the filter system already. People stare perplexed at the system with oil going up and down the tubes. Several people come up and discuss how it all works. A full tank with 20 litre reserve is enough to drive from Peregian to Sydney or Lands End to John ...
... as suggested by our guide book, as being a really pretty, sleepy seaside town with an attractive river inlet and a picturesque bridge. I am not sure we quite found the place they were describing, because we stopped at the river and started watched several people catching shrimp using a suction contraption that looked also like an overgrown bicycle pump. Then we had ice cream and soon it became time to move on. We had ...
... that is not too small, but not too big, and they have a wonderful group of friends. Indeed we enjoyed a little drinks party at one of their friends' beautiful home yesterday - way too much wine - you know, that "off button" that sometimes does not work.
Gavin drove us to this amazing oyster lease place (Pambula Lake) where a little shop sits right beside the oyster leases. They shuck the oysters for you while you wait - and are ...
... to Jindabyne! Nice twisty dry roads with a backdrop of looming clouds over the Kosciusko miuntain range. The bridge over the Snowy at Dalgety was what the garage owner in Candelo told me about. As it happened there was a traffic controller there and I was soon rolling but stopped to take pics half way across - much to the angst of the controllers. What an amazing old bridge built in 1888 and clearly in need of some tlc. The wooden boards moved as I rode ...