Jemby-Rinjah Eco Lodge
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- Free High-Speed Internet
- Wheelchair accessibility
- Free parking
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... And ended up in Campbeltown. We decided to stop in at the visitors info centre and ask for directions to get to where we wanted to be the quickest. A slight backtrack was needed. But at this time ( it was around 4:00 already!) the afternoon traffic had started. So going was slow.. And we must have got every red light we came too. Finally made it through to Penrith then made it to Windsor. This is where we stopped tonight as it was about ...
2014 Mar 22 Like the Symphony, my work at Rhondda and John's was unfinished; the grandfather clock was not running and we didn't have time to connect the antenna to the ham radio; but then, a man's work is never done. St Georges Basin was the farthest south on our driving trip. The Blue Mountains lay to the north, our destination after coffee in the local shopping mall and fond farewells. The Blue Mountains formed a barrier to the early European settlers. The ...
... only had a couple of days when it hasn’t been windy – is Australia
always windy?! It was a bit scary
sometimes when the wind caught you unawares!
We used our head torches to tackle the last few sets of stairs back down
and the narrow wooden walkway (the worst bit).
But we did it – awesome.
Today I left Sydney and headed for the Blue Mountains. The weather started off ok but got cloudier as I headed towards the ...
... 2 years hacking away into cliff faces of rock walls that look like the Grand Canyon. And their legacy is still valuable and important. We walked down the path, and instantly felt like we had traveled back in time. We saw an incredibly colored, massive bird on the path, and proceeded onward and downward into a world of cascading waterfalls, cool pools, lush green plants and rugged stone. There were even massive birds that completed ...
Well we got up early and drove to Katoomba home of the Blue Mountains. Apparently they give a blue slate covered haze from a fine mist of oil exuded from the eucalyptus trees. The mountains are part of the Great Dividing Range rising to 1100 m. There are 3 beautiful national parks here and a scenic tour where you can descend at a ...