Comfort Inn Marco Polo
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- Swimming pool
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... cool. I was drifting off when I noticed a flashing light in the distance, followed up by the obvious steadily unsteady rising rumble. And then, the crunch. I can see why Thor was thought of as one of the more powerful gods, hitting his anvil with Mjölnir to create the Earth shattering roars. Bring it on Thor, thunder and lightening and all things frightening make for good sleeping. Especially with the white noise of torrential rain, tapping at my ...
... 2 slightly smaller pieces, or one massive one. My audience of 2 women gave a unanimous cry for a massive piece… I don’t know why. We shared an awkward joke about size; they really seem to like big pieces. I’m sure they had an underlying joke in there somehow, but couldn’t work it out.
My stay here is coming to an end, it feels like I've been here a long time. We shall see how the next lot fair up to Victoria’s ...
... the driver help with navigation; the drivers get so scared that they do stupid things.
More people die every year from bee stings in Australia than from any spider. And since the anti-venom was developed (for the really bad ones) there hasn’t been a fatality since around 1980. Which gives me some confidence.
Spider bides have claimed less than 100 lives in the past 50 years, worldwide. And all of them were due to an allergic reaction to ...
... will. He even performed a perfect backflip, though he does what I say, I don’t think he gets my sarcasm yet.
I spent the time doing slalom through some cones and practicing stopping and starting (the starting proved to be the most difficult, right up until the point I discovered slapping).
We are now firm friends.
After that was the mowing. I had an old petrol push mower and a few areas to do. ...
... show me around. When we got back, Samy just woke up, so we had breakfast together. After that, we had a long tour around the property, where I learned quite a few things about farming, and garlic in particular. I met Harley, the sweet dog and Ruby, the pet kangaroo who was hanging around the farm! In the afternoon, we went to Wingham in a cafe, then to the Wingham brush natural reserve, where I saw hundreds of grey headed flying fox bats. ...