Country Comfort Gin Gin, Wild Scotsman
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... although it still has a long way to go to western European standards: Of course the really good roads in Turkey, most of them 4 lane divided highways do make things easier, at least one shouldn’t have on coming traffic to contend with, but one does. The Turks don’t believe in going the long way round so often you will have a car or a famer on his tractor driving towards you along the emergency stopping lane. NOT GOOD!
In all we had a very ...
Okay, all relaxed and heading off on the next adventure. First stop is Maryborough to fuel up, repair our original flat tyre, and get supplies as our intentions were to head north to catch some fish at Monduran Dam. As we are in no hurry, we venture off the highway over to woodgate beach. What a beautiful spot. We went for a long walk on the beach and the dogs even had a swim and a big play with some other furry friends. ...
What was supposed to be two days, will be a week when we leave here on Tuesday.
Faye and Greg Constable are some great people we met on the road some years back, and we have been in touch ever since. We have had a ball with them, and can't thank them enough for their hospitality. Bailey gets on so well with their dog Arthur, a blue cattle dog.
Have been busy crabbing, bike riding, swimming, eating and ...
... shuttle bus cos we were all ready early (somehow) so we had a fruit smoothie (I almost got Potassium poisoning from eating so many bananas) and waited for the next Greyhound bus. Rania was the bag monitor again and used the guns to hoist everyones bags on the coach. Little did we know that our coach is full of MENSA members and everyone is 24. Thankfully they all got off at Rainbow Beach for their convention which ...
Last night we stayed at another rest point just on top of a hill in the middle of no where - I think just outside Gin Gin near Tiaro. We had a lovely, new view from the tent of rolling hills and forest. Quite beautiful. This is why everyone should live in a tent - Put it anywhere and have any view in the world. Different every day. It's brilliant. Lashing waves one day and rolling greenland the next. Shaun made his ...