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... They are frisky and they return to us running at full speed. This is horrific and they come right for us before veering away at the last moment. I am absolutely thinking I'm going to be trampled to death but Corinne waves them away. It's exhilarating in the extreme seeing these beasts run at such close hand. You have to be careful with horses. A smashing day and it's our last here for a few days. We will be back on Wednesday ...
... 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 ...
There are oysters growing in farms all along the coast here so Clint and Harley are in there element. They went for a snorkel today just out the front having a bit of a suss for a nice feed of seafood. It is a pearler of a day, perfect temperature, sun is out and very ...
... 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 ...
... are able to take shelter here when needed as it is the last big
harbour on mainland Australia
before they head out into the open waters of Bass Strait.
Historically, Eden was a very big
whaling area with the first European whalers arriving in the early 1830’s. Both
Indigenous and European whalers would hunt the Southern Right Whale and
Humpback Whale as they made their way south to Antarctic waters. As we were walking along ...