Ibis Styles Orange
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... hit by a train. That night at midnight, it was his 21st birthday. It was pretty emotional, but we were happy we could be there for all our friends. We all stayed up til 5 in the morning just drinking and talking and then all found a spot on the ground in the house and passed out. The next morning we went on a little hike to a cliff spot and saw their local beach. Of course everything was so beautiful.
What else have I been up too? We went to a trivia night with a group ...
... we could see the big words on the hill "MOUNT PANAROMA". We continued on and stopped at the cute little town Lucknow, just before Orange. We stopped at 'Two fat ladies' for a hot chocolate to warm us up. It is a coffee and lolly shop and must have had almost every lolly you have ever heard of and more. We only left with one small packet of mixed lollies which I thought was pretty good. Over the road there was a country shop selling cow hides, hats, boots and ...
... striving billions of Asia; over the sandstone peach bowl of the Kanangra Walls, then the cosy little hobby-horse towns of the Southern Highlands; past the industrial grit of Wollongong; banking left over the cliffs of the Royal National Park plateau which suddenly plunge to the sea as if some Dreamtime demon had snapped the land in two and thrown the eastern half away; over the suburbs of Sutherland Shire where the houses cling to the ridgelines afraid of the valleys of ...
... how thankful we were for their week of accommodation and hospitality. In the evening we met up with some friends from home- Hannah, Rosie and Catharine. Hannah has lived in Sydney working at a bank for the last few months and so has her own house in Newtown. In very quick time, we were all talking **** after 8 litres of goon. Head into town with ...
Brrr, what a freezing night. The radio announced at 7 am that it was currently two degrees and that it got to minus two at Bowenfels overnight, which is about 20 km down the road near Lithgow. I woke a few times during the night and had to put on extra layers it was so cold. I had a very lazy morning and stayed in the warm sleeping bag until about 8:00 am, happily reading on my Kindle. As I was going nowhere today other than panning in the river, there was no ...