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Travel Blogs from Taree
Wild Koala hunting
nights exciting X Factor – Keep going Georgie ....we still managed to get up for
a nice early start this morning to drive the next stage of our journey back
down South towards Sydney. Today we took a fairly leisurely drive stopping off …
... little more interesting with rolling hills and mountains when we reached the Sydney area. We did 538 miles today and were on the road for 9 1/2 hrs before arriving at Terry and Paula's. We did not see one kangaroo on the whole journey! Thursday we went to a nice, quiet beach at Black Head, we only paddled as the sea was too rough for us to swim and then did a tour of Taree town. ...
... Forster. It seems the residents there have set up a system to determine whether you’re a local or not. Anyone who is from the local area calls the place FOster; anyone who is not a local pronounces it the way it should be and that is with the OR in FORster. Don’t ask us why it’s that way, it just is.
I think I’d like to fly over to Forster with the lads and hire a boat for a week or so next summer. ...
Today we went for a long walk in the morning and another about 4 pm, around an hour each. The girls are walking so well on their leads, they love the long leads as they can have a little run but not go to far. The park is emptier tonight, the neighbours have gone home. Weather was lovely around ...
... plans can change dramatically in a very short space time in Pakistan. We know...
* Disconcerted at the sight of a lone sniper on a remote hill close to the jail at Chilas, a largely tribally administered and generally hostile area of the Indus Valley in northern Pakistan.
* Passing the chilling recent murder scene of burnt-out buses where 40 Shia passengers ...
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