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... as it's Saturday there are a lot more dog walkers, she is in her element bounding up and down the beach running with the other mutts. I call her and she doesn't at any moment think of returning to her temporary owner. I'm exasperated and angry that she is so uncontrollable. The other owners look at me as though I'm an idiot, they are right. I explain to other owners that she's a rescue dog and probably missed out on training. The only thing you can do is wait until she's run herself out ...
... not have been hard to imagine similar scenery in the welsh borders of UK. Hence the name New South Wales??? Having reached Merimbula we discover our motel looks pretty good and overlooks the sea lake. There is a diving group based near here but sadly we won't have enough time to investigate further. We walked along to the lake, which contains a massive oyster farm, and watched sea birds feeding before finding ourselves some ...
... Belconnen, the suburb where our present home is located, to find a restaurant in the Fairfield Mall. We totally forget that the mall closes at 6:00pm. Fortunately there is a small Chinese fast food outlet near the supermarkets that stays open until the giddy hour of 8:00pm.
Day Fourteen – Canberra to Tura Beach
We depart Canberra on the Monaro Highway. All the major ...
... Burnt School' and the other, 'Strike a Light,'
We were travelling along a plateau with the Snowy Mountains in the distance and came across a rest stop. The sign read 'rest, revive, survive,' so we drove in to stretch our legs and use the facilities... Compost loo again, clean, bar of soap, loo roll....felt really brave and got on with it!
Our first proper stop was the small town of Cooma. It's the centre for the Snowy mountain ...
... today as boutique
accommodation and eatery, it is the only remaining building of Boydtown – a
settlement that began construction circa 1840 by Benjamin Boyd, an early
settler and entrepreneur. His vision for
a town bearing his name was never completed, but the area known as Boydtown is
particularly special to the indigenous community of Thaua people – their
ancestors conducted hunts and ceremonies here, developing their own ...