Narellan Motor Inn
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... every dry riverbed which tells a story of dramatic change when there is rain. Water in the desert from springs, unexpected lakes, sheltered corners in dry rivers. How people live and survive in these remote places today and even more so, how they did so 150 or more years ago. The amazing work that the school of the air and the RFDS do to educate and care for people everywhere. I could go on and on... The best experience is the shared story for our ...
... precise itinerary. Then you're not a traveler. You're a ******* tourist."
In all, we stayed in 104 places over 185 nights. The longest we stayed in one place was Melbourne (7 nights), followed by Adelaide and South Fremantle (6 each), then 5 nights each in Walkerville VIC, Umina (well Jane's mum didn't charge us!) and Brisbane (nor did our friends Danny and Leanne).
There were 64 one-night stays. The longest run of these was ...
... that have been cruising, the photos are very expensive, but we got a bargain - just ask hehehehehe )
Our suitcases needed to be outside by 11pm and we decided Pizza was a well deserved reward for getting everything and everyone ready.
Thats about it - next port is Sydney, where the adventure started
see you all ...
... not to complain too much while the adults were all breathing heavily from very early on. As we got higher the climbing grew more difficult with the track becoming narrow and harder to navigate over rocks and boulders. I must confess that I didn't think we would all make it up to the peak due to the difficulty of the climb. We had a few short rest stops and after around 55 minutes of climbing finally reached "The Peak". There were high fives all around and a great feeling ...
... The views were amazing and each bay we passed
had its own set of toilets, showers, changing rooms, water fountain,
play park, car park, and it was all free! The only downside was...it
tipped it down! Safe to say, even with the little umbrella we had
borrowed, we got pretty soaked and for the first time in a while,
felt cold! With a chilly breeze too, it felt like home! It was good
fun though and again, so easy to get there and back. Loving Australia