Kubba Roonga Guesthouse
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... the town of Glenbrook was fully booked. We took a nearby 60 minute hiking trail to Wentworth falls and bumped into many other tourists of all nationalities on the way. To cross the river, one had to hop from rock to rock; a bit of a challenge for Rosamund but worth the effort because the scenery was stunning. A different trail to return led us under a rock ledge, interesting but rather damp from water leeching through the sandstone and landing on our heads. ...
... heavy. I didn’t take
any water, a waterproof jacket or wear sensible shoes – I wore my sparkly
sandals! Derr! ‘Dawn Tours’ do I hear some of you say! Having thought that was the end of it, I had another 20 minutes to trek to my camper! The walk should have taken 4 – 4 ½ hours but I
had a tour on my tail the whole time and I felt very pressured to keep a step
in front of them (or I kept walking through them during ...
... very encouraging. Especially since we just took a free tourist map from the welcome center, and made up our itinerary as we went, we felt really lucky to have seen so many beautiful places in one day!!!
The day ended at a delicious Italian restaurant, and then in our sweet little family-run hotel. The man had stayed awake for us to check in, which meant a lot to us. We fell asleep after watching IceAge 2 snuggled warm in our bed.
Another rude awakening from the cockatoos, thanks birds! Today we didn't leave quite as early as we had anticipated. But, we were soon in the car and on our way towards the Blue Mountains. After a couple of hours on the road we arrived at a lookout point by the Three Sisters. We spent some time looking at the spectacular scenery, which to me, looked a bit like a tree covered Grand Canyon. The blue colour to the mountains is a ...
... the front end of the bike off and offending bearings exposed. The original diagnosis was correct. Just as well as new head bearings were in transit.
Another hot one but mercifully the mossies left us alone during the night.
They were probably recovering from the meals they had made out of us the night before!
Following a little ukulele instruction and practice of Jingle Bells (Oz version) ...