CocknBull Boutique Hotel
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- Free High-Speed Internet
- Swimming pool
- Free parking
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Lazy start to the day, in fact everyone else had left before we got out of bed this morning!!! Honestly, you'd think we were on holidays or something! We went for a walk along the Murray after breakfast and saw a houseboat dodging the fallen trees that line the banks. Some of the banks are SO eroded that the tree roots are visible on the overhanging sides. The roadways are pretty rough too, so not much traffic goes along here - definitely 4WD roads on ...
... a bit of bitumen walking which is very ******* the feet.last 6 km were very hard, feet& shoulders sore, legs like lead. Very warm & sunny also, too hot after our winter. But lovely clean rooms with hot water ,looking out over the isle river. Not sure how I'll feel in the morning . Another 24 km tomorrow. Need to walk back uphill to towns for a meal, might be a ...
The big trip has started and we made it to Echuca the first night, where we stayed in a really nice Park. As we will stay there for a few days with our Rotary Club in October, we decided not to do much and safe it for then. We were right next to a new Amenity block, which was ...
... roughly 400 km to the Flinders. Few chores to do before leave and this is the biggest town before relative wilderness outback of the Flinders. Need to call Dusty to work out transport arrangements from mates place where bike will be stored to the airport and arrange a beer. Also have few jobs for him to do while I am away. Dusty is well known as a mechanic in ADV circles and we met while I was media at the Australasian Safari Rally last ...
The GPS was suggesting a short cut through the National Park which would saved 5kms but was gravel. We travelled 100mtrs down it and decided it was in good condition so stopped to let some air out of our tyres to improve the handling. Immediately we got going, we hit large corrugations with the only option being the soft sand on the shoulder. So we stopped and turned around at which point Kieren discovered his rear tyre was flat. ...