Red Cedars Motel
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... We decided that Griffith would have to be on our list for another time, and opted to stay at the Darlington Point Caravan Park. We had a fabulous night. It is a lovely grassy park next to the Murrumbidgee, has some of the best facilities anywhere, a wonderful campfire and company including Eric and Cynthia from Smithton. We were really distressed about leaving the next day. However it was Tony’s Birthday and we wanted to share the event with Claire and Ed. After the ...
... s Ned Kelly series and also many famous Australian artists’ paintings. McCubbin, Streeton, Namatjura, ….. etc. I also wandered through the Rama exhibition whilst Denys had a rest. Then after a spot of lunch we meandered our way home to the caravan park. In the evening I caught a taxi to the evening service of Benedictus. I had listened to a podcast of The Spirit of Things with Rachel Cohn interviewing Sarah Bachelard an Anglican minister who has set up her own ...
I’ve never travelled with a boy before.
Once, I travelled overseas for three months and on my return realised I was disappointed my horrible relationship hadn’t magically dissolved in my absence.
Another time, I travelled to see a boy overseas and ended up by myself. On a farm. In rural Pennsylvania. For a week.
Oh and this one time, a boyfriend told me he was travelling overseas by himself and I found out (while ...
... 17 adults had the pleasure of travelling business class while the rest of the leaders and children travelled economy. I can assure you that we (and yes I was one of the lucky ones) made the most of the delicious meal served with an orange juice while afterwards enjoyed sipping on a pear and jasmine green tee. I must throw a mention to our humble/fearless leader and Year 6 teachers who sat behind the barricade while dealing with cramped spaces and ...
... on offer before grabbing a drink and some fudge as a mid morning snack. In the cafe a video played which gave additional detail on Bega, the milking and cheese manufacture processes that had us both sucked in for a while. Having made the journey to Bega it did now mean that we were inland so to get back to the coast we followed the main road north before jumping over to Bermagui. Another recommendation, we parked up near the front and sat out in the sun for another bite to ...