Belconnen Premier Inn
Travel Blogs from Belconnen
... to tomorrow i think! Lunch in a desolate place where we tried to hide away from the wind but even i had to hide in the car with mum. John stayed outside in the company of very upset sea gulls of some sort. Unfortunately people are talking so loudly that i can not concentrate. John has left to get a quiet time on the balcony. Can't cope but will have to. John very positive and good though. Her negativity the worst and never has she thanked us ...
... Stokkur. Geysir not erupting any longer but Stokkur very happy to. We were all standing around waiting for the eruption and when it came people sort of jumped! John standing facing the 'wrong' side and got pretty wet. The water sprayed up 30m or even more. Amazing sight and the gurgling of the mud in hot pools impressive. You can understand why people in Iceland believe in trolls and elves! Back on the road and drove to Reykavik where ...
The past six weeks have gone very fast - the quickest planning and booking process for an overseas trip yet!
But tomorrow is the big day, for me at least, because tomorrow is Stage 1: Canberra to Sydney.
Somehow I don't think sleep will come easily ...
As we got closer to Broken Hill the landscape changed a little – still very flat, however more trees, also seeing goats and the odd sheep.
Driving into Broken Hill was quite an eye opener. Not a modern city at all – the majority of the
housing was from the 1920’s or earlier and you could ...
... than I.
Ashamed, I put my camera away and stood in silence. Just then my mobile phone
went off, filling the dome with my 70’s slap bass porno ringtone. I am going to hell.
As I was about to leave I snooped into a side door and was
greeted by an attendant who insisted that I check my bag if I was to go any
farther. Curiosity won me over and I complied. I found a room filled with
military fatigues, ...
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