Carlyle Suites & Apartments
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- Free High-Speed Internet
- Room service
- Wheelchair accessibility
- Free parking
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Left good old cold Wagga Wagga on the 1pm Qantas flight to Sydney. Ashleigh and Lauren picked Cherie and I up, and after a well deserved coffee and a small snack, dropped us back at the international terminal to await our 9.20pm flight to Honolulu. Greg dropped off to see us and after going through customs, we ran into Marg and Danny Maher from Wagga, who were travelling to London to visit ...
... into the world. So where do I begin in trying to summarise this incredible year that I've had? Travelling for me hasn't just been about seeing the world and the amazing places on offer, but it became a personal, emotional journey, and with each step that I have taken I have discovered something new about myself. Firstly I have just had the most incredible experience of my entire life. When I finished university I thought that life would never get better than those three years ...
... And it turned all the way up to 30 degrees. That in itself was just the best thing, after sleeping in my rain coat at The Fruitshack, due to the freezing cold nights, just to know I'd be warm felt so good. After eight months of sharing dorms with others, just having my own room and a double bed with a proper duvet were enough to get me excited. It's amazing the little things you take for granted, that then become items of absolute luxury when you're travelling. I even had my own ...
... got better.
This afternoon Donna (my Donna) and I caught up on the news (me reading the paper - Donna reading NO Idea - women’s magazine). Got the boys to bed after dinner and then settled in for some evening TV.
Heading east to Canberra tomorrow for a day or so. Will be looking to find another car wash too as I managed to encounter some more sloppy tracks and mud puddles today going between paddocks so the car is a bit brown again.
The last day of the Stone the Crows Festival.
The morning started off with the market. There were stalls selling all sorts of things and I was able to buy a couple of gifts. I had a BBQ breakfast cooked by a team of smiling volunteers. They were so cheerful I had to take their photo. I ate my egg and bacon roll (good tucker at $5) and then wandered back to the market. On the way, I passed the two food vans that had supplied take away meals all weekend.There were ...