Comfort Inn Warwick
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... off we went... Now we are here surrounded by lots and lots of apple trees. We live in a nice house with other backpacking girls as it is an only girls house. There are 3 others from Germany then English & Swedish. The things we heard since now sound quite good! Tomorrow is our introduction day we will see how it goes :) Keep you in the loop Ps.: ....but if the doctor is cute forget the food ...
... breeze whilst reading books and surfing the web. It is hard to describe the feeling when you are Sitting in a comfortable camp chair with your feet up on a stool, whilst in the shade of a big tree. There is a gentle cool breeze blowing, aĺl you can hear is the flowing water in the creek and the various birds chirping in the background. I surpose words like tranquility, heavenly, paradise, peacfull, calming, and relaxing may come close. It sure beats those stress filled days ...
Main – Maple Lamb Shank, Rissoles, boiled potatoes, carrots, peas, gravy and bread roll.
Dessert – Hot Apple Cake with ice cream, and custard.
The dinner was an outstanding success. I could not have done it without the help of Bronwyn, Gary, and Shell.
... some houses and old buildings- the positive result is that houses (whats left of them) are cheap and so is the land. I guess you would pay less than a quarter of city prices here. Its a cool place too; cool meaning cold. At nearly 1000 meters the summers are cooler and winters colder; it can even snow in this area. Meanwhile, my mate Peter has placed this town on the map (my map anyway).
Just for the folks who don't know Peter,- (I think that's all of you) In ...
... chat , brought her out of assembly....one daughter when she left Sydney, now five children, youngest twins, 18 years......her name, Jenny Riley, very involved with Guards.
of the day ..seeing Mt.Lindsay....very distinctive shape and stood out on the skyline....Jenny advised me the road we were heading was not easy for caravaners, so take care...Paul resumed driving , we soon knew what she ...