Cobb & Co Court Boutique Hotel
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... foliage and wombat signs! Another recommendation had been a free camp at Bedeela, near Kangaroo Valley, where there are wombats in the area. We arrived just before dark, and sure enough there was a wombat in the middle of the camping area. We heard him scratching himself on the van in the night, fortunately we had been warned to expect it. They are bigger than koalas, about the size of a small pig, with brown fur and a (female) pouch on their backs. We didn't venture outside in the ...
... we took full advantage of during a full-day "chauffeured" tour. We came back to Sydney with a couple of dozen or more, bottles of wine which I'm sure will be much enjoyed by all the doubters who wondered why we would ever go to Mudgee!
The "reunion" - six couple, took over the Old Mudgee Homestead, a guesthouse providing bed & breakfast perched on the side of a hill overlooking a valley full of ...
... the earth and the miners like to sit in it to relieve their aches from the hard work. It was incredible. We then had a great session of retail therapy at the The Cave...owned by Herman and Sandy who have a beautiful store....really nice stuff! My that session was beneficial! Dinner was at the Bowling Club again...another good meal for under $15. Then off to bed as we had to catch our bus/train back to Sydney. This was a great town and really a surprise! Would love ...
... just kept going. Ali ran out of fuel again!? This time the mystery was solved. One of the chokes on the Carbies was left on! The spare two litres we carry was enough to get to Armidale. We reached Armidale at 9pm, and as I slowed down on reaching the traffic lights, the tyre turned to 'putty'. Ali was filling up at the servo and I managed to get the Guzzi onto the forecourt, but that was as far as I was going to go. I fuelled up as well and asked if we could leave the ...
... round to face the other way (the way Sheffield trams used to be!) and generally tried to fit in Down Under. We do miss home sometimes but there are some things out here that are just sooo much better than home - like food courts (you can get basically any food you want in them!) and the weather! We'll put some more photos up before we leave hopefully - including some actual people! We've been a bit slack taking pictures recently - not that you can tell from this ...