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Very cold and windy this morning. Who would have believed that we had the air conditioner going yesterday to keep us cool in the van! Arrived at Echuca this morning and found that all the van parks were full. Found a caravan park in Barmah which had vacancies. Barmah is 26 kilometres outside of Echuca. Population 200. Set up camp, lunched and drove out towards Deniliqin for the afternoon. The van park had mostly permanents living there. ...
... Murray River. One of the Paddlesteamers was advertising an hours cruise, starting at 10.15am and as it was already 10.05am we decided to buy tickets and take a ride. The Paddlesteamer was called the Pevensey and was built in 1911, and had an authentic working 19th century steam engine. As we steamed along the river we were able to see the steam engine working, and could also visit the Historic Cabins. A fine old boat, and we ...
... motors whirring away. It is a shame they
can’t clean up and repair/reconstruct some of the original equipment and
shedding as it would not only have better eye appeal in the park, but make for
an interesting look back at history.
We have heard a
few kookaburras today but they were all away from us so I asked John to please
find one and place it on a particular branch so that I could take ...
... the market for $530,000. My dad always said invest in real estate! A quick google of the website and he was able to reminisce nicely of time well spent.
A walk along the beach with icy winds will be somewhat of a contrast to our Vietnam beach experience in a few days time.
Our two motel rooms cost us $190 and dinner was $75- let's see how that compares in a couple of days ...
... USA and New Zealand including numerous countries in Europe, giving travellers not only a chance to save on accommodation and food, but to also experience the good clean lifestyle of organic farms. The view from my caravan bedroom window looks onto the organic orchard and vegetable garden. Then each morning there're peacocks roaming past the window while guinea fowl cluck and roosters crow as my morning wake-up call. In Australia alone there are 2,600 ...