The Windsor Castle Hotel

Address: Cnr Lawes & George Streets, Maitland, New South Wales, NSW 2323, Australia | Hotel
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This hotel is located on Cnr Lawes & George Streets, Maitland.
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Travel Blogs from Maitland

Spider eyes in the Watagans

A travel blog entry by egans on May 12, 2014

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... away. If only I could make money out of catching spiders. We’ve even seen it driving along the road at 100ks... hours of fun.

It was here we also had to fend off the devious possum that would go between us and some other neighboring campers continually.

On to nan’s place practically around the corner!

Larissa and Aaron

Post script: world events while exploring India

A travel blog entry by ian_parnaby on Apr 12, 2014

... this whole saga rather poorly.

ii) the Crimea / Ukraine annexation by the Russians. Strong tensions between Russia and many nations of the world. A major issue was that Russia was a major liquid and nitrogen gas (LNG) supplier to many European nations. ...

Reflections on our "incredible India" adventure

A travel blog entry by ian_parnaby on Apr 09, 2014

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... on page 133).

A few brief aggregations on other aspects of Indian life as I saw it:
i) you don't have to wander too far to experience abject poverty. Initially I found this hard to accept. But after a while, I started to think that I should not judge by my experiences, perhaps the poverty is not as bad as one may think. Many examples of "the poor" can be highlighted, however, the vast majority of those "financially drained", all seem to be eking a living ...

What about Indian transport ?

A travel blog entry by ian_parnaby on Apr 07, 2014

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... vehicles overcrowded (it wouldn't surprise me if the Guinness Book of Records record-holder for the greatest number of passengers is an Indian) and animals forced to drag over burdened loads.

Finally a couple of quaint aspects to ponder:
i) the number plates of those registered vehicles identifies from which of the 16 states the vehicle emanates. Also the district from which it resides can be identified.
ii) ...

Back in the saddle

A travel blog entry by piholland on Jan 04, 2014

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... NSW parks are expensive. We drove through Myall Lakes which on first glance reminded us of the Lake District back in the UK, it was a nice place to drive around and we enjoyed the few days we spent in the area.

We are defiantly back on the backpacker trail now though, as summer hits its mid point most campers will like us be and migrating north, after having Victoria and southern NSW to ourselves we are just yogin to have to learn to share!

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