Quality Inn City Centre
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... with the sewing ladies, they even helped me baste 3 quilts while I was there !
During this time when I had the sewing machine set up constantly, and just sewed a line or two in between all the other stuff I do during the day, I realised how much I have missed my sewing time. Doing a bit here and there and having to pack it up at the end of the day is a pain. But I have had a bit of a fix now, so hoping that will tide me over until we have the next major stop. ...
... before walking back over the river on the Lavenders Bridge to our camp for the next two nights at the Showgrounds. $25 with power, No.55 in the camps book. Saturday September 27th We were lucky to have the local farmers market set up 100m from us this more as I ate my brekky. Only a dozen or so stalls but heaps of interesting fresh and cooked produce and a talented guitar/banjo player entertaining us all morning. After a lovely browse and a couple of purchases, ...
... there was no one around so I popped into the info centre located at the bus station to get hold of their phone number and pick up a map. The lady behind the counter kindly offered to call them for me after telling me how unusual it was for the bus to be on time. There was a triathlon going on next to the hostel so they'd had problems getting their shuttle bus out but they were on their way! The guy who picked me up took me on a quick tour ...
... have known them forever. Their lovely daughter Skye was there to introduce us to the other members of the family consisting mainly of very talkative birds of every size and colour.
Given that Helpx is still such an unknown creature we were intrigued to find out how and why they had got involved. It turns out that one of their children had discovered it and had started to host travellers and they decided to give it a go to offer travellers a real taste of ...
... hold biters, reptiles and a Koala!! I then went hiking with Paul and GJ to do some snorkelling. Wow what a trek and hardly saw any fish plus got to wear the sexy stinger suits again! We caught the bus to Arcadia to fed some wallabies. They were cute from a distance but up close I wasn't so sure. Got back and had a relaxing swim in the pool. Had a few drinks with my comrades and an American lad Alex, who played the Ukulele and knew Wagonwheel! Made my night. Tuesday was a ...