Dubbo Rsl Club Motel
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- Room service
- Swimming pool
- Free High-Speed Internet
- Wheelchair accessibility
- Fitness/Health center
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onto the caravan park, unfortunately the site they allocated to us was not
suitable as we could not get satellite reception or normal TV reception as the
trees hung over the caravan and the aerial could not be wound up. We then negotiated
a different site and moved the caravan. We were able to get satellite reception
on the new site. When we checked into the caravan park I came across a post card with the words SKIDRO. It stands for ...
... be that the usual subject to write about and have a laugh at will not be there, so, I'll have to tell the truth and maybe take the micky out of myself and my nephew, the travelling companion. This trip will be with Intrepid, India is a little challenging for me to take on by myself, first time there anyway. The Itinerary Tuesday 25th October fly to Sydney, Wednesday 26th fly to New Delhi, India, Friday 28th Nov the trip commences. Colourful, chaotic and steeped in history, ...
... Dubbo around 3pm and met Gary and Andrea, fellow Treg owners who we had only previously shared text messages with! Had a great afternoon getting to know each other over a couple of beers and a few reds and had a BBQ with and a few more reds before retiring to the egg for the night. Off to Wilcannia tomorrow where we will meet another Tregger, Tony. Should arrive around 'beer o'clock' if my calculations are ...
All that is left for today is Happy Hour and a campfire for the evening.
About to have a communal happy hour with an interesting group of campers. Greg came and introduced himself to everyone, very jovial and has just give me his recipe for Baileys, had an interesting to chat with another motor home couple, who live in Croydon and have been in Australia 58 years from Devonshire in England.
... In my experience the more subtle the finger movement the more sincere the gesture and the more remote you are. Everyone does it whether you are a local, a grey nomad, a going grey nomad (that's us) or a backpacker.
Nothing too exciting today just heaps of driving. We arrived at Dubbo around lunch time both tired and hungry. We set up the camper and had some lunch. We had a swim in the pool which was great to cool down, it's fairly warm in ...