Bathurst Heritage Motor Inn
- Refrigerator in room
- Reduced mobility rooms
- High-speed internet in room
- Non-smoking rooms
- Wireless internet connection in room (free)
- Wireless internet connection in public areas
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... Zoe and Keiran had a sleep.
The next morning we packed up and headed back into Orange to see if we could pick up some nice cheese and wine. We went to the Agristic Grocer and stocked up on Apple Cider and Beer made locally in Orange, cheese, a few vegies, milk and a few treats for the kids. Organic Cola and fresh peanut butter for Jack, chocolate coated fig for Zoe and a fancy muesli bar for Mikki. Then on the road again on our way to Carcoar Dam for the ...
... speed of 178 km per hour. To some the noise was - just noise - to the majority a V8 at full choke was pure music. It went down to the wire with a Holden and a 5.2 second advantage, but over his radio he was told on the last lap that he must save fuel. The following Ford was gradually making up distance until finally overtaking the Holden on the finishing straight. The Holden left to coast over the line with no fuel. A brilliant end to an exciting days ...
... the Warrembungles. Some amazing views and sight to been seen along the way, lots of roos too. Drove up to the observatory, snuck in just as it was closing. Would be cool to go at night and see everything the universe has to offer. Right tonight we stay in Coonabarrabran. All in all a nice little mini break and great to have mum with us to enjoy it all.
Blue Mountains adventure next. We staying at Aunty ...
Setting off from our base in Oberon we head off after a leisurely breakfast, to explore the World Heritage listed Blue Mountains. Not before quick scoot around the park with John. John, the caravan park 4 year old from Canberra has a crush on Amy! The drive towards Katoomba is green and splendid with rolling hills and sunny outlooks. You wouldn't recognise Katoomba and what is now called "scenic world". A total tourist trap, but we are lucky to arrive ...
... I see, and which people I don't sleep with while on holidays.
No, just kidding. This is for my friends, my family, and last but not least, my fans, so they can join me while I indulge in some of my lifelong intellectual passions - geography, cartography, linguistics, cuisine, architecture and urban planning.
And trains. Of course. How ...