Bathurst Heritage Motor Inn
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... to the famous Mount Panorama and the start of Bathurst 1000, the biggest V8 super car racing in Australia. To day is just a practice day, for all the different cars racing here , 5 different classes of cars, Aussie cars, Master cars, Porches 911s, last years V8 and the V8 championship cars. The days are packed with activities on and off the race track, ...
Sad leaving Ponto Falls, what a great camp. Five lovely days. We were the only ones here when we left, or in our area, as we drove out to the entrance there were two vans down around the bend in the river.
I don't think our cow friends wanted us to leave as they blocked the road out, one mother feeding her calf in the middle of the track.
Back onto the highway after our winding through trees on one side, the ranges on the other, we come to ...
... 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 ...
... and decend the steep roads to the cave entrances. Cool and mysterious, the tour is awesome. Caverns, underground rivers and crystals, kids are fascinated. On trip back to the caravan, we see two fat wombats shuffling across the road! So now the heater is pumping as we watch TV in our cosy van, Cameron is snoozing next to me, he did drive a lot today. My hero! What adventures will tomorrow bring in the Blue ...
... 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 ...