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Travel Blogs from Mudgee
Just a quick update, we arrived safely at home on Wed, had a great sleep on the plane ( phenergan did the trick) and felt fresh enough to drive straight home. We had a fantastic trip and saw some amazing things, glad we did it. I think James enjoyed himself, although he got up this morning and went to school, was missing his buddies i think. Time to plan the next one, Tasmania first, the off to Europe in ...
... until we got tired, Adrian fell asleep instantly and with Michelle at the wheel and the kids starting to doze, all was going as planned ... until..... there was a thud (I actually thought we'd just gone over something on the road), but when we were alerted by a passing car that our travel pod lid had flown open .. we encountered our first hiccup about an hour outta Sydney.
Yes the pod lid did fly open (we forgot to lock it in our ...
... The plan at the moment is to fly to Darwin on Saturday the 28th of April for a night out with Brother Jordo and a friend that we met when we lived there briefly in 2010, Deano.
The very next day we fly out to Denpasar!!!
From then on we will try to blog regularly, try to keep up if your interested in following us on our adventure.
... dry countryside in the centre of the state. Jo had expertly arranged a wine tour for a couple of us that afternoon, and we pulled up at our farm accommodation in time to jump into Sally's car and head into the town centre and meet up with Bruce, our guide for the afternoon! We were all absolutely starving, so he directed us first to a great little cafe (with a wonderful name - Fish in the Bush) for what was a rather delicious meal!
uses of words (roots and thongs) and wildlife stories – everyone
can't believe that we still haven't seen kangaroos! Derek and I drove
back to Orange and had a date night of dinner and a movie before
heading back to Parkes.
Yesterday we headed in to Bathurst for
the day. We went to the National Motor Racing Museum, where Derek
oogled the racing cars and motos. Then we went to the Regional Art
Gallery, which was small ...