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... seen it. If not, could have been harmless, or could have been some meth labs. Either way, we escaped unharmed, and took off early into Victoria. To make our last full day on the road a bit more special, we detoured off the main highway from Bordertown, and took the back roads into western Victoria via small picturesque towns like Frances, Harrow and onto Balmoral. My grandparents had a store at the small town of Balmoral from the 30's through until 1951 when my Dad was 6. ...
Holy ****!! (excuse my french)
I am leaving Australia TODAY! It has quite sunk in…yet!
Those hard working weeks behind the bar, the weekends and public holidays I wished I was sipping a wine rather than pouring one has finally paid off. It's my time as my adventure begins!
It's hard to believe as I am packing my bag that these are all the belongings I will have for 4 months. Admittedly packing for all the weather I will come across has been ...
... of the local names like "Darke peak" & "dog fleece rd...!" dark indeed, perhaps my lack of sleep was giving me sleep monsters and effecting my thinking. Good job I had planned a short day today. Then the sun came out...yeah life was good again -a reliable bike, full tank of fuel, riding empty sweeping roads, fabulous scenery, wide open vistas before me and in an instant the universe reminded me why I love Adventure motorcycling. I made good progress to Streaky Bay ...
... br> I'm pretty proud of it. Not going to lie.
With not much left to organise, and a lot of money left to save, I'm both excited and terrified. But that's part of the journey right? How many people do you know that don't come home from a massive trip without owing money to someone? I admit now that I will be one of those people who come back owing their parents a fairly substantial amount of cash. But you don't travel half way around the world to watch every ...
... true story of the Aborigines in Tasmania and how the white settlers nearly eradicated them completely .Prior to the arrival of the settlers Australia had been divided up into a large number of smaller countries on a tribal basis, and these hunter gatherers had appeared (but were not) hostile to the white settlers. The black aborigines seem to have been regarded as sub human by the white settlers and widespread murder of aborigines was tolerated by ...
- Swimming pool
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