BEST WESTERN Alpine Motor Inn
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... as you ride. It takes all of about five minutes and cost $14 each, but was well worth it that point. We were both hobbling, me with hurting calves and feet and Bill with another blister. We were glad to get back to the room where we had a giant Jacuzzi to soak in. We made a special stop to get some muscle reliving bath salts, which we definitely needed.
The next morning dawned rainy, but it was our last day so we packed up and headed back ...
Cloudy. Medium (60%) chance of showers, most likely this afternoon. The chance of a thunderstorm this afternoon. Light winds becoming east to northeasterly 15 to 20 km/h in the late afternoon then becoming light in the late evening. 7am 14 degrees feels like 13.7 It's overcast and dark'ish, Graham is out in Katoomba, the beagle girls are up, blinds and doors open and I have a nice cup of tea. Treadmill done, showered snd dressed ...
... included a skyway gondola over the Jameson's valley, the steepest railway in the world at a 52 degree angle and a few more jungle walks. After last nights lack of sleep we were all exhausted and ready for a sleep on the train home. Unfortunately our timings were off and we had to sprint for the train otherwise it was an hour wait in the small town of Katoomba. Luckily we made it on with seconds to spare. Once in Sydney we headed back to Base for ...
... National Path - which I can assure you from the camera pictures went down and down and down lots of steps! Eventually we reached the middle falls and so stopped for a picnic break and relax. To be fair, the views were awesome. David Bailey went off on a picture finding mission (to Rocky for my liking) and I settled down to sunshine and reading. What a perfect afternoon. Then the realisation that we had to get back up the steep steps. Let's just say that ...
... but wet feet get blisters). Are the boots comfortable walking up the fake hill and around in the shop? Does this translate to comfortable walking 20 km day after day?, and so on. Once purchased the perfect footwear then needs to be well worn in and that's a whole other topic for discussion. It takes a lot of intensive musing and internal debate to pare down the clutter of daily life to the bare essentials as one must do when carrying a maximum of 10% of ones ...