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... Road, it was very windy and there were a lot of hills on the road. We saw lots and lots of ships out in the ocean. They were very big and long. One we were with the whole time, we kept looking out for it when we went into different places, and it stayed with us for a long time. That night we stayed in a hotel, I slept on the top bunk, we watched a movie and had pizza, it was very big rest for us, because we hadn’t been in proper beds for ages.
... up again before I left town. So back I went - had my 'wilted' pizza this time. Spinach, feta, and lemon. A lot like gozleme. The next day will be a long drive. Hoping to get to Echuca, about half the distance to Young where my sister, Susanna lives. I'd made the ************* to skip visiting my friend Ruth in Adelaide, the driving taking it's toll, especially with not much down time in each destination. It had felt so nice to be in Port Fairy for 3 nights, the longest I'd ...
... at the grotto, before starting the long drive to our probable home for the night. On route however, the drivers all decided that they felt fresh enough to get to Adelaide and decided to do an all-nighter. In preparation for this Kim had a nap, whilst Ang took the wheel in our car and Matt drove the other car. Up to this point they had shared driving duty, so were a bit fresher than Kim. The idea was that she would take over at some point, but Matt and Ang put ...
... of days?! I woke up again and it was now dark - probably 11 pm or so. Thankfully I was feeling quite a bit better now. Maybe, just maybe, I'd be able to ride onwards tomorrow. It was only 60 miles or so to the nearest train station on the Melbourne-Adelaide line by my reckoning, and I had two days to do it in at worst. Of course I had no idea about train times and ticket prices but that was just detail! I was still freezing and uncomfortable from lying on a ...
... stunningly confusing city views. We'd eaten expensive meals in new surroundings and drank fine wines. We'd seen the Blue Mountains, heard the deafening sound of the cicada and seen one up close and personal. We'd walked through a rain forest, ridden the world's steepest railway and bought a stereotypical Aussie corked hat. We'd seen the effects of bush fires and some of the extremes of Australian weather, had a boat ride in Sydney Harbour, visited Bondi Beach, seen art and ...