Jemby-Rinjah Eco Lodge
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- Free High-Speed Internet
- Wheelchair accessibility
- Free parking
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Travel Blogs from Blackheath
... at 11.58am. My dental appointment went well and that tooth is now ready for a crown ... The $$$'s OMG ! Today was another $1,600 and HCF only paid out just over $200 and I have run out of claim for this calendar year. Dr akin would like me back in a month or two at the outside but I won't be going back till the new calendar year when my credits renew. I made it back to Lawson Station right when Josie's train arrived, I collected our ...
We were woken by thomas who was desparate to go for a swim and we had kind of promised we would do this. The layer of frost on our car window (yes really) wasn't going to put us off! Today it was really cold but we had to get to the pool. So, I ran over in my cossie and dressing gown and Thomas and Chris did similar in their fleeces. The pool is heated, to about 26 degrees, and is the difference between the pool and air temperatures were quite evident as a good layer ...
... slept in ? Time will tell ... 6.55am I walked down to check and his light is now on, he must be going in later this morning. Yes he did go in for a later start. I met Margaret L in Target in Penrith Plaza, she exchanged the coffee machine for an automatic one, we picked up her toaster oven from Myer and put it all in my car, we enjoyed a lovely shared lunch at Hogs Breath. The calamari entree was outstanding. After lunch we went for a walk through ...
... water resistant spray. Before heading home we drove past the Three Sisters and it too was a total white out. Next we went to Woollies to buy a pizza, garlic bread and some Easter eggs, had to get the Easter eggs in Big W and then home. Beagle girls in, I made a nice cup of tea, walked the girls, cleaned Simons Bathroom,mad some yum prawns and buttered baguette for lunch and then back into my knitting. By the time I had to pick up Simon from ...
... first live Kookaburra today but not a pelican all day. One dead wombat, a few dead kangaroos and even a few dead parrots (probably a Norwegian Blue?
Thanks to everyone ( i.e nobody) who asked how my Achilles tendon has been bearing up on this trip. The answer is that I suffer in silence.
we are still concerned about the soles of my feet though. They remain as in the picture a few days ago.