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... as there's no clear tracks and it's over-grown which is a shame. After an hour we return back to a picnic area and enjoy the shade. We get chatting to a retired chap who lives on the edge of the national park and plays 9 holes of golf every morning just down the road. He beams with joy explaining the course in detail and where to avoid snakes if your ball drops off the green. For just $400 per year he can play as much as he wants compared with a $10,000 per year fee on a similar ...
... on the outskirts of Albury. Both of them were lovely guys. We all headed out for happy hour half price drinks at Zed Bar in Albury before going out for a Chinese before heading back to the farm to sleep. On our third day, the Saturday, after an awesome cooked breakfast from Taras mum, including venison sausages and organic eggs - all from the farm, Travis drove and the four of us headed to the local wine region. We visited a number of cellar doors ...
... well :) Although most of them seem to be closed to visitors outside of the weekend, so we do sometimes go thirsty. David was particularly upset to find Fern Gully* Winery shut, as he was sure there'd be some magical properties involved.
(oh and of course... every village seems to have a butcher with award ...
... laid out like a proper campsite and it was all free. We took a drive around to determine the best spot which was at the bottom of a small bank next to the lake - perfect. We got set up and Garry decided he wanted a shower. We filled up our 10L water bottle which has a tap on the end which he placed on the cars opened boot and showered underneath. Now he was showered I felt ten times more disgusting so whilst the sun was still scorching I donned my bikini and jumped into the ...
... surrounding areas. Once back at the carpark we had our lunch in the picnic area. A tourist bus of about twenty four Europeans turned up to look at the falls in a bus we have never seen before. In the rear of the bus there was sleeping compartments for all of them as indicated by small windows on one side of the bus. Not our cup of tea especially if some of them passed wind.
After lunch we headed towards Nowra ...