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... the last few days. Cabin fever eradicated and we are back on track - thank goodness!!
Total Kms today 194.
DAYS 37 & 38
Stayed in Merimbula, a nice little coastal town in a pretty area and walked and walked and walked, taking full advantage of the glorious weather - never know how long it may ...
... away from Skippy and his pals. We watched the bushes ready to be amazed, surprised or alarmed and wondered what it could be
(‘What’s that you say, Skippy. Get ready to run. Bugger young Johnny down a well, just get ready to move’)
My vote was a wombat. Nature not being my strongest point I was not surprised when a huge lizard sauntered out of the green growy things. We’ve all seen lizards; they look like dwarf ...
... enough and catch our first fish here!!!!
Bega itself isnt really a tourist town but some of the surrounding towns definatley are. Bega has the cheese factory which we visited and did some tasteing, mmmmm, was just missing the nice glass of wine to wash it down!!LOL. We bought some 'Strong & Bitie' cheese, mmmmm delicious.
Really really like this area - will have to explore the Real Estate Offices!!!!
Thanks Paul for kind hospitality.
... tea time but we managed to squeeze in a couple. Steak and kidney for Dicko and steak and pepper for Lou. Pretty good.
Over the border (feels like a holiday now) got ourselves a great spot at the Saltwater Creek campground in the southern section of Ben Boyd National Park. 2 nights there with plenty of wildlife: kangaroos, wallabies, goannas and heaps of birds - what a racket! Campfire dinners, interesting ...