The Little Pub Backpackers
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Awoke around 4am with flashes of lights across our window. Was that car lights or lightning? The thunder soon told the story! Got up around 6 to watch the storm roll over the hills and the house. Lots of lightning and thunder but just a slight drizzle of rain. Everyone up by 7 to have an early breakfast and tidy up the house. The "crew" tackled the clean up in good order and we done and ready to go. Too soon for me - hard to ...
... apart at any given time, but still got e to Renmark though.
In Renmark I bought some food and drinks before walking to the end of the town. It took an hour before I had my next ride (with Theresa) which covered the last 130 km of my journey to Mildura. In Mildura I had to walk 45 minutes to get to the Sunset backpackers.
It only took me 2 days, 1 train, 5 cars, a 100 km detour and nearly 4 hours of walking to reach the Sunset Backpackers in Mildura
... So it was back on the tram, a rainy and chilly walk back to the marina and the Wharf cafe. They were pleased to see us again. Three chowders and three glasses of wine and we were feeling warmer and happier. We spent the afternoon in the apartment, doing very little except for drinking tea and watching the planes come in to the airport. Way too cold and miserable to venture out. We had steamed veges again for dinner and quite a few ...
... with me Mum I'm thirsty Off the iPad please But I just need to check something Are we there yet Is it lunchtime yet You two Stop fighting Off the iPad please But I just need to finish this game Can you play footy with me Please no fighting He started it She started it Muuuuuum YES WHAT?!?! I love you .... ...
... to avoid a kangaroo? But gradually, the Flinders mountains emerge. Red earth, red rocks, rugged horizons. Over every crest more magnificence unfolds. Dirt roads through gorges pass through dried up creek beds with barely visible paths, yet they are shown as B roads on maps. Heading north Brachina Gorge is estimated to be more than 600 million years old and with some of the oldest fossils on earth, the earliest evidence of complex animal life. Further north still the mountains are ...