Mantra Pavilion Hotel
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... us - turns out he'd be happier to go further than us, so we negotiated and decided to stay at Wagga Wagga. A quick dinner at the local Italian, and we are crashing out. Tomorrow, we head to Newcastle, a day ahead of schedule. We'll spend two nights here instead of ...
... 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 ...
... on the phone that although I would not actually be living with them in their house, I was literally down the pathway in my very own apartment. I was excited to see what my living quarters would look like. I tried to peel my eyes away from the beautiful house and garden as I was shown to where I would be living. I knew I had three months to take in the area, and I was more than excited to be dumping my backpacks and chilling out after my long journey. As soon as we entered ...
... to spray a paddock. It brought back memories of me when as a young fella of about 12, I spent 30 minutes in the tractor while it was out in the paddock going round and round sowing crops and I decided there and then that I no longer wanted to be a farmer.
Anyhow, after a few laps and about 15-20 minutes, the tractor stopped and out came the boys. Harrison wanted to go home and Mitchell wanted to keep going. So he jumped back into the tractor ...
Happy Hour was a concert of entertainers, musicians and poets. Then we toddled off to our vans, ate dinner and fell into bed.
The next day, Good Friday, continued with ukelele playing, jam sessions, craft lessons, talks on various aspects of travelling, health, writing, as well as line dancing, relaxation, gentle exercise and more. There was a morning show every morning which featured poets, musicians and comedians.
Friday night was to be ...