Gibraltar Hotel Bowral
- Continental Breakfast
- Room service
- Swimming pool
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... walked through the red light district. The ladies here advertise their wares in tiny shop fronts at the front of their work area (wasn't that very tastefully phrased). The idea being that stroll along the shops until you see something you like. It was only around 4pm but most of the displays were boilers. There was one shop that made me stop and think that fat-a-grams mustn't be dead. After exploring a little we all boarded a boat for a cruise around the canals. The rain ...
... to stop and cool down, so I wasn't really with it. Fortunately an off duty copper had picked it up and taken it to Kiama! So yesterday was a difficult day, a lot of hills and a few too many wrong ways made it even harder. I decided that today really needs to be spent resting, so I'm spending another night here, then making a dash for sanctuary point early tomorrow morning. It was a bit of a wake up yesterday too, I need to take more care and not to rush so much, I've got plenty of time to do ...
Bowral in the Southern Highlands was our next stop for two nights. This is another lovely part of the country and we got off the Hume Highway as soon as we found a turnoff on to the country roads. The weather was damp/wet so we enjoyed misty valleys, umbrellas and raincoats. We found a lovely little old cafe in Penrose which had good coffee and freshly baked muffins (amongst lots of other good looking stuff), as if we needed more food!! Our Studio apartment in Bowral ...
... the first night i met him i knew we'd be friends forever. Bring on New Zealand homes!
Laura Nichol aka Lozzy or Ballerina Bun Head
This lurch was my mischievous partner in crime. Our first night out together we hit it off and realised that we instantly had a connection....the ability to get on peoples last nerves. On the other hand she is a completly genuine sweetheart, never a sombre moment with her & it was never the last! From clothes swapping ...
... engaging person. He himself has lived in children's homes, institutions and foster care most of his life. He was separated from his two sisters for the majority of this time. Through his own experiences, Bill has financed a school and also farm accomodations for foster carers and kids as well as running OOHC. We visited the farm, Gors and I were both very moved by Bill's stories, his ambition and vision of making the world a better place for ...