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... Pub. They didn’t understand the concept of tasting and poured half glasses of each wine to sample. Even more happy about the bus driver now! The last stop was at Tyrell’s Winery. Another amazing view; even in the pouring rain. Not sure if it was because it was the end of the day or that the wines really did taste great, but we stocked up again. Dean has decided that he will need to skip drinking beer and go directly to red wine at night (otherwise there will ...
... revelry in shallow pools of self-pity.
Sam was a mining intern I had met while slopping up curry splatters off the YHA kitchen walls in Airlie Beach. There were nine of them; young, rowdy and out for a good time. My first instincts were to bolt in fear from the gregarious group dominating the action at this otherwise entirely placid home away from home. It then dawned on me that I was sick of being a cowardly milksop so I did a sharp U turn, stripped to my fabulous ...
... and then set off to 'Coles' to grab some bits for a BBQ. Yum.
Friday 19th December
Today we decided to take the coastal walks past different beaches and end up having a swim in some 'ocean baths' that had been especially built to make it safer to swim. We got the bus to the main station and with the help of a friendly passerby managed to find our way to the beach. There was an olympic sized 'bath' that people were using and a much shallower one for ...
... you can imagine is what we ordered for dinner. It was called a Roadtrain. The patty was cooked in a cheesecake tin! That's how round the burger was and it was taller than a can of beer. It fed all 5 of us and there was still some of it left. We couldn't eat it all. It was huge. A sit by the camp fire, the. Off to bed. It was a big ...
... 8217;s been in Australia for the last 6yrs. He also started out with working holiday visa, got working at the hostel, then the owner decided to sponsor him and now he’s manager at the hostel. I would never have thought he was German. He speaks fluent Australian but with a slight accent that I couldn’t distinguish. He told me how he likes Canadians because we’re so chill. His buddy, the one who helped me out with my luggages, is Canadian as well.
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