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Well, it is getting to the fag end to the trip, and we left Tibooburra with a view to push on past Broken Hill to Mildura if possible.
The drive down - with a short detour via Malparinka and Pack Saddle was not memorable - it is a pretty boring stretch of gravel and bitumen Highway.
The miners memorial was closed (!!) at Broken …
... to make some chocolates at the Mildura chocolate factory. They were really yummy and the factory employs local people with disabilities. It was great to hear some of their stories, everything is hand done. We finally convinced Paul to try a tasting plate at the Mildura brewery so whilst he was tasting we found some lunch and a loved books shop to restock our bookshelves. Megan has really devoured heaps of books. She regularly does a book a day at the moment, occasionally looking at ...
... time we kept going, with a quick stop at Stuarts Mill and lunch at Birchip. Birchip was very quite, as the local footy grand final was on. We arrived at Mildura around 4.15, and stayed at the Apex Caravan Park. What a lovely spot! Here we met Tony, Janique, Lalya and Flynn and quickly set up. The boys were anxious to get into town ...
In the last 24 hours lots has happened. We are now sitting in Mc Donald's because it has wifi. To begin at the start yesterday we got up at 7, went down to eat breakfast, I got a call that we can pick up our West Pac cards and we headed there straight away. Afterwards we jumped on the tram which drove us to Melbourne Southern cross station and hurried to get the train. After about 2 hours or one and a half we arrived in Bendigo where we supposed to drive with a coach to Mildura. ...
We said our goodbyes this morning to the Byrnes about 5 days earlier than expected due to our change of plans and way home. We have all had a great time together and look forward to plenty more trips away. It's sad to be parting and the realization this trip is coming to an end, even though we still have over 1500 kms to go. The Byrnes will go home via Broken Hill which us the most direct route to Tamworth, we have decided to go via Victoria (then we have been to all states in ...