Healesville Motor Inn
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Canberra, a mixed bag We reluctantly left Deana and Paul, on Wednesday and headed for Canberra by car having negotiated Sydney's streets. TC was keen to see this country's capital city and we arrived early afternoon, and after a swim in a local pool, settled into a hotel in the CBD ( which is what everybody here call their town centres.) Canberra …
... ended up in Kerang last night. Another cold night but cosy in our Gertrude.
Home today !!
Nice to have some space around. Our glass top outdoor table shattered sometime over the last couple of weeks, maybe the frosts and then sun were a bit much.
It is great to be home after 16 weeks and over 18000 ks on the road, and. we still like each other.
Well that's all folks
... a pullet of strawberrys I got from the market and its these silly little time that really just add to the trip. I got back to the hostel round 6:30 and grabbed a shower. It dose have a lovely roof top terrace so I spent a few hours up there with a small box of goon ( seeing I treated my self to a cream scone today I thought I better just get a small box of goon to equal it out lol ) was in bed round 9:30, the jock smell had gone ...
... the night before what with being hungover & having to pack but we head out to Brunswick Street in search of a bar, we need food after all. After a quick bite to eat I go back to hostel for an early night.....maybe I'm getting old.....nah!!
The next day we're up earlish to do our first proper sightseeing totally on our own. Clutching our map and 'my key' cards (oyster type cards courtesy of Ruth - they're now back in the post to you Ruth). First ...
Harry got the train out to meet us in Surrey Hills this morning. I have been promising Sheila all trip, that I will take her to a wildlife sanctuary to see Australia's native animals and today is the day. I had read that Healesville animal sanctuary is one of the best places to go and as Harry has not seen a single Kangaroo since he has been in Aus, he wanted to come too. It is about 1 hour's drive to Healesville but it is in the ...
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Listened to the dukes of despair all pm, great hillbilly rock
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