Carlyle Suites & Apartments
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- Free High-Speed Internet
- Room service
- Wheelchair accessibility
- Free parking
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... Camp so close to the city centre is magnificent. Does not get better than this. WILKS PARK Wagga Wagga NSW - Toilets, Dump Point, Water, Big Rig and Pet Friendly, BBQ covered with lights, Skip ...
... words. I'm still in absolute awe at some of the incredible experiences I've had and some of the amazing places this world has to offer. Arriving into Bangkok, Stef and I both didn't have a clue what lay ahead of us. Neither of us had made any kind of plan of where we were heading next or what we planned to do. We very much were going with the flow and that was exciting; to have no plan and to just be out in the big wide world. Anything could happen and we were sharing ...
... chatty. Georgie, aged 5, Jack, aged 8 and Harry, aged 10 all climbed into the back of her car and off they went to school. My first task of the day had gone well, and knowing I wouldn't see the kids again until after they returned home that afternoon, I wondered what my first full day at work had in store for me. I wondered how I would know what I would be doing as I knew Sal had gone into the office for the day. I was soon welcomed into the homestead by Anne, Sal's mother, who ...
... of town to the other (3mins)
Howlong - does it take to get a beer at the bar (dunno - too early to try)
Howlong - do people stay in town before leaving (dunno either - didn’t speak to anyone)
Howlong - will it take for the town to find a new name….
Ok, enough. I hear you.
We avoided Albury and headed north towards Culcairn via a shortcut. Then in that town we noticed the two ways they trim their ...
... I set the GPS on my phone and took the lead again. We cruised along although I kept losing the other two and having to slow down!!
he GPS guided me along a rural road that skirted north of the town and brought us into the venue without having to drive through Wagga Wagga.That was great except that somewhere along the way we lost Helen who was bringing up the rear. A number of cars had passed her and were between her and Judi so she didn't actually see when ...