Banjo Paterson Motor Inn
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- Room service
- Swimming pool
- Free parking
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... realize that no, it's just sweat rolling down your back. I encountered my first kangaroo and was actually surprised at his small stature. He was mildly interested in the grain I shoved in his face but the geese and ducks were supper pumped to see me spilling grain from my fingers. We saw a couple of cassowary, birds slightly smaller than ostriches with bright blue heads, adorable koalas and a heart melting wombat. We even got to pet Ray Charles, a blind and super soft koala! We saw ...
... to everyone. As most of them took an early bus, I was happy that both Julie and Raphael also had a bus later that day. I even found out Julie and I would be on the same boat on the withsundays. Traveling alone is great, but knowing you'll be with someone you already know is always nice. At 1.30 me and Julie said goodbye to Raphael and got on the bus. Julie would go straight to Airlie Beach and I would first spend one night at Agnes Waters/Town of 1770 as I wanted to break up ...
... on the
bottom branches of a tree. Although this may be hard to believe
Michelle didn't have her camera with her and by the time we went back
to the van to pick it up they had gone.
We decided that we will now stay here
an extra day as there is so much to do and we'll lose a day somewhere
The highlights for today were the
white-browed robin (Michelle's first), spotted catbird and watching
the riflebird. ...
... day I have myself and the people I meet along the way. I couldn't be happier. I have not one single regret about the way things have turned out. I was never a believer that everything happens for a reason but after having the notion repeated endlessly over the past 12 months I'm starting to become a convert. Since moving home I'm closer than ever to my family. I've grown closer to my parents. One of the reasons I realise is that the last time I lived at home I was an ...
... regions of Australia each year during winter in an extremely compact caravan which is actually a double bed and kitchen. Then I met Vincent who sold his house, bought an old caravan, renovated it and now, like me lives a carefree life on the road. He's decided to remain on his campsite on the waters edge for two months before he moves on. This lifestyle attracts nomads not only from all over Australia, but also New Zealand. John and Hazel have a caravan and towing ...