Comfort Inn Blue Lagoon
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... but I'm sure most were accidents and they couldn't be bothered to retrieve the cars.
Anyway I was relieved to get petrol and be on my way again. By sun down I was coming into Dubbo so I decided to crash there the night at the first motel I got to instead of trying my luck at driving all the way back to the farm in the dark, as I had already driven 9 ...
no pics today, first day of travel, first car off the boat at 6:30am after having an awful nights sleep despite being in one of the best cabins, I have man flu and left my tablets at home and struggled to get more than 3 hours sleep, oh well off I went only to get myself lost with the gps and took a trip over the Westgate bridge and then back again!!!!!! Bugger, that was a waste of 30 minutes, anyway I got ...
... playful ones chasing each other and wrestling (just like they do all the time). We also checked out the bug beautiful lion again who was laying with his lioness and Cubs today. It rained the whole day and we arrived at the camp site we had picked out to find it was beautiful but wet!!! So wet there was a couple inches of water all over the ground and still raining heavily. We pulled out the awning of the car, spent 15 mins debating what to do before making a call to ...
... K= Kids I= Inheritance D= Driving R= Round O= Oz. Once the caravan was set up Bronwyn put a load of washing on
and hung it up under the awning creating that Chinese laundry look again. We
then went out to the DPI to purchase our fishing licences, we arrive at exactly
1.10 pm and there was a sign on the door “Out to Lunch back at 2.00pm” so we
decided to go to the local shopping centre. We went to Woolworths to pick up
Another trip by an ageing, greying, decaying, paying old traveller to India and Nepal, leaving Sydney 26th November 2014 and returning a few weeks later. The journey will take us from Dubbo to Delhi, on to Agra, Varanassi and then Nepal. Dale McLeod will be my co trekker on this trip, not Genelle, my long suffering missus, or Mark, my long suffering son who will remain home to keep his mother under control. No doubt, I will be expected to phone home and write a blog, the ...