Junction Motel Maryborough
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- Free High-Speed Internet
- Swimming pool
- Free parking
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Today we relaxed almost whole day at the pool cauz luckily it was sunny, since a few days the weather is not so good a lot of clouds and rain but always around 30'C :) In the evening we went to a small local market where we bought some new bracelets And because we have been both lazy we decided to go to ...
... we graciously accepted. We were their first Canadian visitors aside from her family! I had explained to Kristen that I had not seen Laurie since I was a kid, what would it be like? Would she recognize me? Would I recognize her? We pulled into the driveway of their beautiful cottage on the outskirts of Maryborough after a good stretch of driving. Laurie and Chris came out of their house to greet us with warm smiles and a big hug! Within minutes it was just as if we had ...
... the night so Helen could have a rest if needed.
We found a nice caravan Park at Maryborough, with a huge new toilet/shower block and every shower toilet is on its own like an ensuite. Very flash. We are in walking distance to the town, do all good.
We found a lovely friendly coffee shop and had lunch and then had a busy afternoon, as when we went to put the electric legs down on our van, one snapped off inside. The boys spent ...
... 1pm, I had to pull out after nine, as my back was getting too sore. I woke up with soreness in my lower back, thinking that walking and playing would help. Unfortunately, walking made it worse.
Ian and Peter kept on playing, while I stayed in the van, with a hot water bottle on my back.
After golf, we got out of Maryborough, heading towards Avoca, free camping at Bung Bong, next to a historic church, built in ...
... dessert of marinated pears.
We left in the afternoon to drive back, hoping to arrive before it gets too dark as there are a lot of kangaroos on the road. It wasn’t a bad trip as we have discovered talking books – so we can have the latest novels read to us, as we drive down the very montonous roads as the radio reception is not fantastic.
Back to the grind with 80 days to go before we are back in NZ before we leave for the USA. We are back for a ...