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Travel Blogs from Daylesford
... soak away the overwork and exertions of the past months. Joyful hours are spent sitting on our cottages verandah sipping hot tea and enjoying the view across the countryside. Occasionally people walk past below on dog walking outings and gaze up to see what I'm up to at my high vantage point. This is much needed time to reflect, recharge and ...
... had a lovely dinner of pasta and suckling pig at Jimmy's Bar in town then came home to watch an excellent series on the history of the mining industry in Australia, followed by Food, Inc., about the food industry in the US, which we'd never seen. Very scary ...
south westwards to Daly Waters with its huge World War 2 airfield and
renowned outback pub! Then eastwards again to Adels Grove, Normanton and
Undara National Park with its unusual lava formations from an anciant
volcano, and the airstrip at 2,500 feet ...
... in a lot of pain. As Elissa was at work we thought we ought to stay around and make sure Andy rested as much as possible and Bryan drove him to and from Noah's school and Amelie's kindergarden.
Andy is much better today. Amelie was at Kindergarden and Noah off school so we drove off to Oak Gully, the other side of Creswick.
There is a wonderful stretch of forest here, containing pines, cedars and lots of English ...
... the war is Hoi An where we are meeting my sister and her hubby for his 80th birthday. Also there will be 2 of my nephews and their partners and my sisters old friend Barbara. She was a nurse and flew out of Saigon on one of the last flights at the end of the war, so she will have many memories of the place.
And when I say we I mean my son Marley and his partner Sally.
I hope to update this blog many time with street images and many food images.