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... point we found were leaning back more. Dave, realizing Michele was getting a bit twitchy, decided the best option was to start whistling and Michele joined in. We made it to the other side with awesome views of spectacular rhododendrons and the odd Wallaby hoping around. At this point Michele decided that as she had survived the chair lift she would go and take photos on the suspension bridge which was another option to get across the gorge. Bad move for two reasons: ...
Huseyin Slikoglu our tour guide arranged for a wake up call at 6am ready for breakfast at 6.30 and bus pickup at 7.30 am. Early start was to ensure that we beat the crowds at the Blue Mosque. We headed off to the Old City from where the Byzantine and Ottoman Empires were ruled. Our first stop was Blue Mosque, famous for its blue Iznik tiles and unique 6 minarets and ruinous Hippodrome. With Vicki and 2 ...
... of me than I am of them, ha!!). Thank goodness, no snake sightings, but lots of lovely swans, geese and other birds.
The drive north was lovely, passing through vineyards, apple orchards, and fields full of cattle; farming and agriculture is sure evident. Sadly, on the Deviot road we saw lots and lots of roadkill, wallabies, ...
... What would we have done if we only were driving around in the Landcruiser for the day, we wondered?
From Ross we went to Campbell Town another historic and old town on the Midlands Highway. Again there is a lovely old bridge. There is also a fabulous wood carving on the old trees. Similar to what we saw previously and admired.
At 5pm we finally arrived back in our favourite campsite of Evandale. It is now a balmy 14 degrees.
... set up the cave as a visitor attraction. It is now run by the National Parks people and it has been much improved since the earlier days, with access no longer requiring ropes! One of the caverns on show was initially discovered by an 8 year old girl and a lantern. She being small enough to fit through one of the tunnels. Brave girl, methinks. Anyway that tunnel is now much enlarged, lights have been installed and floors evened out. Then again there were occasions when ...