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... finished work, had tea and went to bed. All this splitting and carrying loads of wood and bark is definitely starting to take it's toll on me. I can barely keep my eyes open after 9 pm! Getting old I think hahaa! Wednesday. Work and a gorgeous tea This morning, Nev said he'd seen a whole family of kangaroos in the top paddock at around. 7 am when he took the bins out. I was so jealous but being as tired as I am, I'm not sure I will be parting from my bed earlier than I need to in order ...
... me and my actions harshly. Or maybe some of you will find this story confirms what you already thought: that I was always a bit “that way”. Anyway, after taking refuge in my fortress of solace, the wind and rain only increased and so I said, “Stuff the 8kms to Geelong,” and chose pure survival instead. I moved Nelson, Bob and myself into the more concealed of the two toilets, which happened to be the female one, and then locked us in. Always ...
Its an early start for the tour and a long drive to the Great Ocean Road but we eventually stop off to see the Twelve Apostles and the view is stunning, the sea and sand looks beautiful and the weather is perfect. We stop by this lovely beach in a cove for a paddle in the water, then we stop off at the Otway Rainforest for a walk and then we stop by ...
... crossed with regular monotony and on occasions, large bales of harvested cotton were seen wrapped in bright yellow plastic waiting for pick up and transfer to the nearest railhead. We crossed the Murray River at Tocumwal and re-entered Victoria for the first time in a month. We turned our gaze to the east and checked out the numerous campers along the banks of the river in amongst the river red gums where we'd stopped almost twelve months ago on ...
... journey like this... I have seen and felt this in Tibet, Nepal, India, Cambodia, Vietnam, Bali, Ladakh, Canada, Fiji, countries throughout Europe, America, Australia and the UK... Yes... Even throughout the last few countries on my list... It's beautiful what can be felt when it is least expected... I hope to write some blogs about my other journeys that I have taken... But this space is for the Camino... I would love for you to follow my ...