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... I have to retrace my steps...very annoying. Back on a busy road, I walk in the general direction of Caversham and find a cut through which takes me back to the river so finally I am back on track. I'm pretty familiar with the path that takes me upstream to Caversham Bridge as I walk it fairly regularly. The path now takes me past Fry's Island, home to a bowls club with its own ferry. It all looks pretty deserted today but it's always a hive of activity in the warmer months. Back in ...
... Board! From here we wandered into town to try and find the place we were buying the London Pass tickets from. I have to say that I saw many 'interesting' in the next 5 minutes than I've seen in the whole time I've been in Mildura! Michael had forgotten to bring the address for the London Pass place so he and Eli went ahead looking for it and Kyria and I wandered behind them. We stopped to wait for them at the end of the street. There was so many people everywhere! There was ...
... to drizzle. We looked around some more and before I knew it, it was 600. We headed back to her house and she cooked me yum pasta carbonara and showed me a selection of the mail she had received so far (see photo). We went next door (literally) to the theatre for the 8th annual writefest production. It's a place for amateur actors and writers to show their stuff. It actually wasn't that bad. I was entertained tho whole night. There were about 9 short plays with an intermission ...
... our friends at 12.30 pm. Dianne and Wendy saw a live Butterfly Exhibit, the others had already been to the Q&A Museum but we all then had lunch at the Natural History Museum - nice soup. Saw the blue whale and the other big fish, went up the escalator to the earth exhibit but again there was no earthquake. We then went on to the Science Museum which is a top class venue. It features steam engines, space exploration including ...
... for the wagon wheel motel we pulled out about 6 for some of probably the best pieces of road we've had since we started. We cruised comfortably up to the wagon wheel in Cuba, MO about 8, unzipping my jacket a huge dragon fly dropped out, it must have hit me on the road at some point, poor guy. We finished off with a couple of quiet beers withe local crazees in the nearest bar. Another early morning tomorrow I think as there's not much to the town of ...