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Why I am awake at 6am is beyond me. Very strange bird sounds and the sea sounds amazing. Pulled off the road and found a rain forest so went for a walk. It was amazing. Have added some pics for you all to get jealous over. So glad I rented a car. The drive is so ...
... Australia have names as well as numbers, somewhat like US1/Dixie Highway. We are saddened to see many dead kangaroos on the roadside. Speed limits on Australian roads, be they motorways or rural two-way roads, are a maximum 110 km/h (70 mph). Obviously if a kangaroo or koala get in the way of a speeding SUV or truck, it doesn’t stand much of a chance of survival.
We are ...
... to pay the Caretaker our $15 camping fee, I happened to mention the power failure (just to keep him in the loop!). He was very apologetic and would only accept $10! No, says I, you don't have to do that! But he insisted! Not sure if I feel guilty or not, but I'm sure it wasn't my fault . . . really! Anyway, we head off to Merimbula as we had heard good things about a camping site there. Well that was a shock - ...
... anchor. We can't disembark, it's just an operational stop. I also just heard them say it's an I port historical spot as the lighthouse on this island marks the point on the Sydney to Hobart yacht race all contestants must radio in their positions otherwise they get disqualified. So I guess it wasn't a cruise to nowhere after all.
Tomorrow I'm getting a chance to see the crew areas of the ship courtesy of a guy called Manu I know working onboard. ...
... Reduction of Vegetation”. What a disappointment, but we could only
puzzle at the Forestry Dept’s thought process to do a burnoff in the height of
summer! We also found it frustrating
that the signs indicating the burn were only positioned at the final turnoff –
not at the entrance to the Park itself. When
we were at the Disaster Bay Lookout we spotted what we thought was a storm out
to sea – very grey skies; ...