Park Motor Inn
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... more rain in Brighton and Toowoomba than we have in our entire journey. Staying with family and friends during wet weather is so much better than being stuck in a caravan park where it's too wet to see and do anything. We have been so lucky with sunny days, but it's good to finally see some rain.
As I've said before I've been in Australia to challenge myself! I did a few weeks a fruit picking in the month of April, but it didn't pan out to what I was told/expected. It was a different job working with many people with different backrounds. I worked with people from, France, Germany, Canada, Japan (and other Asian countries), Welsh, UK, and even a few Aussies were in ...
... platform with a fab view. With the skies darkening and a storm looming we decided to head home.
We got back to our campsite and when we were parked and setting La Toya up I mentioned to Tim that she sounded like there was a funny noise, he just told me it was the fridge so I ignored it and carried on.
The next day we packed up and were back on the road headed to Mount Tamborine. It was a miserable cold, wet and drizzly day, a stark difference from ...
... and domestic flights! — with Dave Foullie.
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Home sweet home — with Dave Foullie.
We must have been starved for good songs back in the early 70's. I remember, like many others, singing along to "♪L A International Airport – where the big jet engines roar ♪..". It always sounded so glamorous, all that stuff about silver wings and friendly skies. Well, the good news is that LAX is much the same today as it was when the song took the world by storm in 1971. The bad news ...