Mercure Port Of Echuca
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... is the old port of Echuca that we've come to see. We've already been down there and looked at the old paddle steamers and finally paid for our tickets.
Our day began in our lovely cabin in the woods with us waking to the dawn chorus. We didn't close any curtains so were able to see the moon and stars when we went to bed and then we watched the bush wake up. Our friendly wallaby/kangaroo came back and at one stage suddenly got chased off by his friend, they ...
... voice off) and no tolls. Col still growled from time to time at the silent machine when those yellow arrow went in directions Col thought were taking us on a wild goose chase. Policemen at a large intersection waved us straight through when that yellow arrow indicated 'Turn right.' Eventually our destination street was there before us but we waited a couple of hours down by the waterfront before Claire could get away from work and join ...
... wait to see its sights. We carried on down the ranges in to Batemans Bay and turned north to Ulladulla and then on a little more to Milton where we are currently camped. Lovely little spot on the coast where we are hoping to go and check out Rick Steins restaurant as we love Rick Stein on the tv. Tomorrow we will be heading to Berry as we need to do a quick day trip to Sydney to pick up our new generator, so we will update you on our travels again soon.
... and give us the rundown on how to drive this big boat. The boat was very well appointed and we were given fresh flowers, a large fruit basked and champangne to welcome us aboard. We unpacked all our gear and were ready for the maiden voyage. We did have a few little hiccups driving the boat but all in all we survived with not too many issues! The bed ...
... cafes and restaurants were packed to their limits and everbody was having a great time. Loud music permeated the town and it was only later we found out where it was coming from, a large park on the banks of the Murray River.
It was at 1045 that we booked into the Echuca Caravan Park. Our site had been vacated but others were still occupied by bleary eyed campers who had obviously spent the night burning the candle at both ends. A Wigwam, with ...