Best Western Taree Motor Inn
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- Free High-Speed Internet
- Room service
- Swimming pool
- Free parking
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... Whilst overturning some aquaponic equipment David and I found a red back spider (picture of the actual spider below). It was no larger than a half dollar and very timid. However, a bite from one is extremely painful and at the very least will put you in the hospital. Luckily there is anti-venom at most hospitals and so the number of deaths caused by this spider are almost nonexistent. Sadly the poor thing ended up on the bottom of ...
... all made up and just thinking all the things done already. Today we left bags at hotel and went Darling Harbour and Sydney sea life centre. Was huge- loved the dugongs ( related to elephants and look like big blubbery thing with a big nose) - so cute. Were some incredibly rare and different fish and coral . Just couldn't believe how big place was- we bought "Aussie" cardigans !! Now just ...
... them know every time I go down there that I don't eat lamb. I think they respect me for this and they enjoy me singing Mumford and Sons to them whilst I collect Whitedog or fix up their fences!! One of the highlights was yesterday for me.First of all I got to ride the ute around the farm. Proper off road driving!! Then me, the kids, Bill and his helper had to separate the cows from the calfs to ween them away. I felt a little bit bad but I guess its all part of the cycle ...
... Forster. It seems the residents there have set up a system to determine whether you’re a local or not. Anyone who is from the local area calls the place FOster; anyone who is not a local pronounces it the way it should be and that is with the OR in FORster. Don’t ask us why it’s that way, it just is.
I think I’d like to fly over to Forster with the lads and hire a boat for a week or so next summer. ...
... is however, the magnificent mountainous countryside and the gentler people we have met in our travels in the more northern districts of Pakistan that will always feel like home and family to us.
We found the wealthier India to be a freer, brasher but nevertheless very friendly and outgoing society. We loved Kashmir and Ladakh - the wildness and remoteness of the Himalayas ...