Echoes Boutique Hotel & Restaurant
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- Swimming pool
- Room service
- Free High-Speed Internet
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... speed limits are well observed. We made it for 5pm, to be stopped on the way by a loud retired Bogan women shouting wrong directions with two handbag dogs yapping at her heals. We parked up in the last available plot and joined the other locals. Most of the caravans are a permanent fixture. We filled our seasonal paper plates three times and were joined by Yannick and Jules (Frankfurt). Our hosts came round with a bag of dares. I did my best chicken impression while Yannick ...
... put in your "notes" on your iPad...I up date this most days so it's good to keep track of me... I know what your all like.... Keeping a beady eye on me Catch you later troops!! Love you all... Thinking about you all the time xxxxxxx (more photos on my camera ... Only took a few on my phone for you guys) P.s don't know what I'm doing tomorrow. I tend to play it by ear weather wise and decide after I have done my 6am gym ...
... sisters causing a battle to erupt between the tribes.
Concerned for the safety of the three sisters (who don't appear to have had a say in whether they wanted to be captured or not) a friendly witch doctor decides to cast a spell to protect them turning them into stone. Unfortunately the good old doctor did not think of a back up plan in case he was in any way ever incapacitated, so when he was unfortunately killed during the battle no one could break the spell, and ...
... OK - log in a new destination and retrace about 30 minutes! Back on the correct road and the rest was a cruisey drive up into the Blue Mountains to our motel in Katoomba.
There was plenty of time to visit Scenic World and do all four activities (at seniors rates too). These were: down into Jamison Valley on the railway (steepest passenger incline in the world at 52°), bush walk along the ...
... shopkeepers, cafe staff, locals, some whom I have never even met face to face but have shared wonderful (brilliant even) conversations with. Some have been acquaintances and are now so much more, confidants, mentors, motivators. Inspirational and encouraging.
Many times in the last 6-8 months I have received messages, texts, emails, phone calls, often out of the blue and at exactly the right time. ...