Rydges Thredbo Alpine Hotel
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Arrived in Tom Groggin, at the base of Mount Kosciuszko, in late afternoon. The site is at the SW corner of NSW and if you stretch your legs you just about poke out into Victoria. Beautiful bush camp next to the mighty river Murray. Pitched the rig in record time and headed to the river for a swim. Wonderful cool water flowing from the mountains, and a fabulous view through the ...
... and indeed Banjo 1 to 5 had, in the past week, had the management rights transferred to Jill and Ian. With this only the day before had they had the opportunity of giving it a clean but they had not had the opportunity of giving it a spring clean. In other words only enough to freshen it up and get rid of the cobwebs. Both apartments are listed as four star and we cannot fathom why. Yes the view is number one and stunning; yes the apartments are unique ...
... to take a few photos but went home pretty quickly due to the conditions. They spent the rest of the day relaxing around the lodge.
Our final day of skiing. Same as yesterday, dropped Alya into skeety school and headed to the yellow and green flag which was supposed to be ‘first trip to Merritts.’ The instructor (a rare Australian) took us for a circuit of Friday Flats to assess capability and I guess ...
Nice easy pack up and chat to Ina and Denis this morning. We then pushed off about 10am - destination Jindabyne. Coffee shop first where we met up with Ina and Denis for a final coffee.
TIme for the 'jobs' water, shopping, laundry you know you can never get away from this type of stuff!!
Finally about 3pm we decided on a nice ...
... of only 1000 or so. One day we came in to explore and spend the day with Gwen. Our first stop was the local museum where we met more interesting small-town characters than the contents of the museum. The town and it's population seemed straight out of a 1950's postcard, a definite throwback in time. Many an afternoon was spent trying to beat Nanna Gwen at a game of cards (she's a wicked card player), or making a variety of preserves ...