Countryman Motor Inn
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- Swimming pool
- Room service
- Free parking
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Woke nice and early and on our way to see Brett n Fayzie. Had some ceral for brekky then hit the road. Arrived on the 2nd Dec and stayed with Brett n Fayzie for 4 nights. Did some yard work to help out went out for dinner, swam in the pool, Fayzie won a ham from the Sportmans Club so that was awesome. Did some driving around and looking at a lot of the sites H/B has to ...
... we zoomed down the hill first thing in the morning, feeling really keen for a day of exercise ... The hill was so steep that Ken chopped out his bike brakes on the first hill, meaning no brakes for the rest of the day hahahah ! No so much hahahaha for me, as I had the kids trailer which meant I had to tow around an extra 40kg (trailer, kids, lunch, water, camera, nappy bag etc etc etc) The tickets are for 2 days, so we decided to try to see as much as possible on ...
... we are staying a few days and it is a while since we did a big wash tomorrow is the day to use the washing machine. In preparation we drove down to the river with a big water container and used our 12 volt pump to fill it from the river to save using tank water.
The river is running and is very clear.
Drove around the river stones and back to the van.
Will probably have a fire with Wayne and Jan tonight.
... fed, there is a glamping area, where fancy tents, with real beds and a catered breakfast is served, so you can stay over night in the zoo with all the noises of the animals to keep you awake at night.
We did manage to be in time for the Giraffe feeding with was great to watch. They have so much personality and the big blue tongue is hilarious. Unfortunately my camera was playing up and I stuffed up the picture of Gwen feeding ...
The Taronga Western Plains Zoo at Dubbo was our next destination. We travelled from the Rocks near Bathurst through Orange - quite a large town and onto the Terramungamine Campground. This is an aboriginal area on a river where there are some historical rocks used by the aborigines in the past.
We visited Dubbo Zoo over two days. The first day we spent attending all the talks and feeding of the animals, ...