Mantra Pavilion Hotel
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Left good old cold Wagga Wagga on the 1pm Qantas flight to Sydney. Ashleigh and Lauren picked Cherie and I up, and after a well deserved coffee and a small snack, dropped us back at the international terminal to await our 9.20pm flight to Honolulu. Greg dropped off to see us and after going through customs, we ran into Marg and Danny Maher from Wagga, who were travelling to London to visit ...
... water out of Burrenjuck Dam at the moment, so the flow is quite good, but also fast. Too fast to fish or kayak. Onwards to Wagga Wagga. At this point we are debating the route we will take to Echuca ( where we will spend Christmas) so the debate is how long it will take to travel between towns, and what we want to see in towns that we are passing ...
... I would be living. She gave me some information about the surrounding areas as we drove and my first thought was just how beautiful this landscape was. There was nothing around for miles apart from fields, trees, creeks, cows and sheep. If I had thought Leeton was in the middle of nowhere, it really was nothing in comparison to this massive stretch of Australian countryside. Leeton really and truly was in the middle of civilisation, even though it hadn't felt it at the time. There, ...
... we got our washing in the dryer and then we passed the next 30 minutes walking up and down the main street. It's a pretty street but not that long and with many shops closed on a Monday or closed entirely, we had it fully covered in about 15 minutes, until of course Donna happened across an antique and homewares store, so I left her to it and took the boys across the road to the park for the remaining time. It was nice to spend some relaxing time ...
The last day of the Stone the Crows Festival.
The morning started off with the market. There were stalls selling all sorts of things and I was able to buy a couple of gifts. I had a BBQ breakfast cooked by a team of smiling volunteers. They were so cheerful I had to take their photo. I ate my egg and bacon roll (good tucker at $5) and then wandered back to the market. On the way, I passed the two food vans that had supplied take away meals all weekend.There were ...