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... some privacy about 2 m. away from someone else and does his/her business. No dramas. The stops at the start of the day were relaxed and plentiful, while time management appeared to become more urgent, when the day proceeded; driving times got longer and less tolerated by many. We got tired and bored but it did not occur to the guide that doing a lot of kms earlier in the day when people are not tired yet, with less stops, and longer stops and less kms ...
After 21 delightful days it was with a great deal of sadness we said our goodbyes to Ted and Marlene and took our berth on the iconic Indian Pacific train that travels 4,352 km from Perth to Sydney in three nights, four days (65 hours). We will leave the train when it arrives in Adelaide on Friday morning the 19th.
The first event, approximately an hour after ...
... having had to go door to door and sell myself; my nerves are through the roof. Walking out the door I feel a pride wash over me, knowing I won’t hear a thing from them, as I was told it would be passed on, I make the choice and email the farm confirming that I would appreciate working with them. This work I would be with a group, meals provided for, and a car to drive in the spare time it would seem like a good opportunity to befriend a few people as well as to ...
We have had the captains tour of Bunbury. Really enjoyed travelling around and beyond Bunbury hearing of Paul's stories. He has lived over here 32 years so has great local knowledge of the area. He took us down to Busselton, to Margaret River. Another day we went to Collie and visited Wellington Dam where Paul worked. Paul Glynis lived in Perth 10 years prior to moving ...
... be shocked to hear I tried mussels!! Yes seafood! Now I wouldn't say I liked them as such but it was edible! The next day we went to wave rock wildlife park before Becky and the guys headed back to Perth.
This meant that it was my last weekend in Holt Rock before heading to Perth. The farm had slowed down a little since seeding was coming to an end so my week was mainly spent sorting out my house, cleaning, making sure the ...