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Deze dag hadden we een langzame start, heel vroeg in de ochtend hebben we naar het thuisfront gebeld om nog ( late ) kerstgroeten uit te spreken en wat kontakt te hebben. Dit is toch altijd weer leuk, ondanks het appen en bloggen is eventjes de stemmen horen toch anders. Het thuisfront doet het prima zonder ons , we hebben onze hond Teun in de …
Canberra de hoofdstad van Australie. Natuurlijk hebben we vandaag weer de nodige kilometers gereden en het landschap werd steeds groener met zelfs gras en weilanden waar koeien lodderig uit hun ogen kijkend stonden te grazen. Het werd ook heuvelachtiger hier en daar met kleine poelen en meertjes en veel wijngaarden echt een mooie streek AUSTRALIAN …
I made it! The flights were long, there were a few minor bumps along the way but here I sit in my home for the next four months! It is surreal to actually be here, getting everything together (and remembering which way to look first when crossing the road).
The trip from LA to Auckland was uneventful. After saying goodbye to my parents, crying a little bit in the airport and getting one last drink from Starbucks (they are not nearly as common ...
... full-time captain, low hours/use, many upgrades, 'right' size (more later on that), features of boat and of course the price which while not a 'bargain' we felt was fair. Well, it was fair when we made the deal but got a lot less fair as the Canadian dollar plummeted between the agreement and the payment!! (we bought the boat in USD).
That's it for now...check in later for more on the saga of boat buying for newbies!!
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... have to go back out the highway to travel back into it, can't drive around. Stopped at The Woolshed carpark and headed off on a hike to a natural arch which spans Burra Creek.The
London Bridge Arch was first recorded by Europeans in 1823 by explorer
Captain Mark Currie.
There is a cave close to the arch which has a fascinating history. In the late 1800s there were rumours that
hundreds of human bones, including skulls ...