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... the caravan on such roads. I am sure we will still arrive at Karoola in plenty of time tomorrow. On our return to the National Park, we turned off towards Baker's Beach. We had to walk about 100m up and over the dunes to get to the beach from the carpark. By now, the wind was blowing quite strongly from the NE and we didn't stay there any longer than it took David to take a couple of photos. On our return to the van, we didn't muck around getting inside because the wind was quite ...
Before the EEU it was obvious when you were changing countries, as you would proceed through a control and receive a stamp in your passport, heralding your arrival in a new country. However, this no longer the case. Despite this, it was very obvious to us all when we left Germany and arrived back in Poland as the six lane autobahn suddenly became a goat track of only two lanes and one which was far more suited to livestock than automobiles. This continued ...
... several wombats quietly up close as they were sunning themselves alongside the walking trails. Super fuzzy and cute, big claws for digging, sorta like a giant guinea pig.
Jorja and I are sitting at our picnic table at Stumpy’s Beach campsite, and there are two wallabies around our feet. One is awfully curious, and has peeked up into the stroller at Jorja’s noises. Jorja looks back with the same inquisitiveness. There are ...
... s room at the table and watched the news and morning program. A young man had been picked up by the police in Sydney at the Gay Mardi Gras Parade and there was a you-tube video that brought up issues of police brutality. I think there was some other big story as well.
Doreen was ready to drive today, but I felt I could do with the practice, so I drove since it would be my day. My driving makes her uncomfortable....I can sympathize with that. ...
... away from Penguin back through Devonport and to Port Sorrell. We stopped at an elevated look out and got a great view of the beautiful Tasmanian countryside. From here we drove onto the Narawntapu National Park where we had chosen a camp ground for the night. We went to the park office and paid our camping fee. There was a choice of a powered site near the park office or an unpowered site down by the water and where there was a lot of wildlife. We ...