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... lunch. We went back to Spoons next door and luckily were able to get a table as it is Father's Day and they were busy. We settled for a rare roast beef sandwich for Paul and I had a really delicious pumpkin and feta tart. I wish I could make that! After lunch we headed back to Lake Boga and had a drive around the lake as far as the road went on each side. It is odd to have such a perfectly round lake. ...
... away so decided to give it a miss this time. We've missed out on markets on this trip, they've always just been or are about to be on. The Lake Boga Catalina Museum was the main reason for us stopping here so we drove down there after we'd finished our chores. It was a very impressive museum with a restored Cat on display in a huge hangar that had been built around the plane. There was an excellent ...
... a ute pulled up. It was Geoff, The Honey Man – we had read
about him in the Wiki Camps reviews; seems he is the self-appointed guardian
and he comes around throughout the day to welcome and chat to new
arrivals. It was Geoff who told us all
about the almonds & bees mentioned earlier.
He also informed us that this region is the biggest exporter of stone
fruit in Australia
– we didn’t ...
... against the Japanese after their invasion of Darwin in the far north of Australia. As there was cloud and sometimes a light drizzle on the lake I spent four days camped in my caravan on the shore waiting for the weather to clear so I could experience a glorious sunrise. What a wonderful life I've chosen when I'm able to hang around that long for a couple of good photos. Venturing on from Swan Hill I came across a rather interesting farm. The farmer and his wife ...
... film! Carlos our first guide in Bolivia.
The great people on our "Over 55's"--wish they'd been with us on Beluga!!
Seeing the pink flamingos.
Camping along the trail and the chef all done up in his "whites"
Playing 500 after dinner one night and teaching Claudia who cheated.
The last night of camping and the bonfire with the porters and Claudia and all the others singing the Peruvian National Anthem--and Claudia with red wine under her ...