Ovens Valley Motor Inn
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- Free High-Speed Internet
- Swimming pool
- Room service
- Wheelchair accessibility
- Free parking
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This is the last Entry or trip report because our incredible adventure to Western Australia is ending .Today is Saturday and our last day away, We leave Bright in the Victorian High Country after three wonderful weeks and head home.
Kevin, Toby, Daisy and myself are really looking forward to getting back home again now, we have had an incredible journey but will love to enjoy having more room to move again. As comfortable ...
... the winding steep road we encountered ourselves when we went up to the Chalet ourselves a few days ago. And they did it mid-Winter when there was snow!
* Many articles reflecting the strong early Chinese history of the district and the colourful ceremonial shield was a standout. Apparently there were many items like this imported for a special Chinese event in 1873.
* Emma George is a Beechworth native and one of her ...
... one proved a trial for Barry, he went off course and did an extra 10km)!!!!! We finished the trip on the Mediteranian coast and after a celebratory lunch by the coast were transferred to the Medieval town of Carcassonne to spend our final night with the group. Now you might ask what I was doing during all of this, while everyone was expending so much energy! I ended up official photographer, and general hand, helping at feeding stations etc. I ...
... up to Beechworth where Ned Kelly was imprisoned and the court house where he was tried. The prison tour wasn't until 11am and it was only 10am, I didn't think I could hang around that long so we just went walking up and down the streets then decided to drive on to Bright. It was a picturesque drive and some of the trees were just starting to change colour. There were cows everywhere, being a huge dairy industry over this way ...
Awoken early by the drip drip drip on my tent of dew off the trees above not rain - nice change as I was gaining webbed feet. A deep foggy mist enveloped the river my camp site and the valley this was the mountains. Very chilly outside so wore my down jacket for the first time in a while - as in no real hurry to get anywhere fast I made fresh coffee brew in the tent. A patter on the tent got harder - is that rain oh no ... surely it would pass ( I hate ...