Nelgai Homestead

Redmarley Road, Toowoomba, Queensland, 4416, Australia | Hotel
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A travel blog entry by thecurries2012


... which is a pretty small town we headed back to the garage to get the verdict. It wasn’t good news. The thermostat was stuck, the clutch fan had gone and she more than likely needed a new radiator. They could get the thermostat and clutch fan fixed but the radiator was too big a job unless we had a week to spare in Warwick (we didn’t). So I cried my way across the street to the local motel and we checked ourselves in for the night. My crying sadly ...

The Final leg of our Amazing Adventure

A travel blog entry by dave-paula


... truck drivers and let me tell you there are a LOT more semi's using the Interstate than on our highways. America does have a great Interstate system so that is probably why it seems so much better.

We stopped at our little rest stop on I40 which we thought would be just like the little rest stops in Australia. We were pleasantly surprised to see well maintained gardens, acres of land, picnic tables and clean toilets. Again something ...

Our Itinerary

A travel blog entry by dave-paula


... Albany to Nashville


Albany County Airport
26th September 2013 (25th September America)
2.45pm (Australian Time)(12.45pm New York time)


Jackson International Airport – Atlanta
5.24pm (Australian Time) (3.24pm Atlanta time)


Jackson International Airport – Atlanta
6.15pm (Australian Time)(4.15pm Atlanta time)


Heading Home - Part 2

A travel blog entry by lamondg


... about it?”

At last we’re in terminal 4. It’s about 11:00 PM but the place is still buzzing with people. The flight is around midnight so we just have to find a place to relax, and then it’s on to the flying kangaroo and home – well, fourteen hours in the plane, an hour to clear immigration and collect bags, two hours drive, and loss of a day on the calendar, but then ...

We Won't Pull the Wool Over Your Eyes

A travel blog entry by mitchnsue


... at the Bunya Mountain National Park. The topography here is much different than at Crow's Nest National Park. It is amazing how quickly the topography changes here. Here we enjoyed an easy, cool forest walk. The strangler trees, the bunya trees, the waterfall, the parrots, and the wallabies all made this an interesting visit. (More detail found in the pictures)

On the way back to Rayward's, Mitch ...


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