Days Inn Warwick North M40
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... It wasn't until we made it to the half way point that we realised the entrance now resembled the light we had been heading towards.
Everything was going ok, we were making slow progress, me calling out the distance markers as we passed them Carrie keeping us tight against the wall. The suddenly we realised we were being followed, a rather noisy canal boat was closing on us fast, Carrie ...
... busily photographing.
Then lastly, there are there are the NORMAL people -- like us!
I met Pamela Harbour, who lives in Cheltenham, via the Internet when looking at possible house swaps a couple of years ago.
Though the timing didn't work then, we've met up here and are now good friends.
Right now she's on a house exchange in Maroubra (NSW) and then is off to Burleigh Heads (QLD) for a couple of weeks.
Daring lady as she knows she'll ...
... itself. Unlike many picturesque Cotswolds villages that seem to exist purely for tourists, this was a real live town. It was filled with locals - schoolchildren, shoppers, workers - all going about their daily business, and we were the only interlopers. The roads were narrow and buildings constructed from stone and very quaint in that typical English way, sitting almost on the road, looking centuries old but neat and ...
... br> Excursion to Magnetic Island, walked, swam, ate on island, lots of backpackers for the weekend. First sanidump
Hot sunny breezy
Saturday 15th March Townsville to Airlie Beach 275km
Young, hip and we were out of it.
Clear, hot. Decent site, ate in.
Sunday 16th March Airlie Beach
Excursion to Whitsunday Islands and Whitehaven Beach
Brilliant day, swam, walked picnic, hot and sunny, calm ...
... There was a man sitting on the public seat, and he had three dogs with him. He decided to cross over the lock gates, and he had obviously been drinking heavily. The dogs were on short leads, so he was having difficulty because they couldn’t move on until he did, and he couldn’t move on until they did. In the end one dog fell in the water, and he let go the leads, and dragged the dog out by its collar.
We paused at the Cosgrove ...