Carlyle Suites & Apartments
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- Free High-Speed Internet
- Wheelchair accessibility
- Free parking
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... travelling. I've had a few basic tops and shorts in one small backpack that I've lugged around two continents for eleven months. The clothes get boring and I definitely do miss making an effort and looking nice, but other things take priority. I haven't worn heels for nearly a year and have basically lived this last year in flip flops. Going back home to reality and trying to attempt a night out in heels is certainly going to be interesting. That's the fun part about ...
... few practise runs, I now feel I have mastered the correct technique, and dare I say, I'm a little bit of an expert. I'm not afraid to admit that something I thought I'd been doing correctly the whole of my adult life actually turned out to be wrong. Hats off to be dad, he did teach me correctly, but I think I just failed to grasp it. I was lazy then, remember? So I've learned two things here: 1. How to iron a shirt correctly in just three minutes and 2. That you should never just ...
After a restless night of sleep, left home and drove to the airport on a typical cold winter's day in Wagga. All the family were there to say goodbye. Took some photos and said our goodbyes. Not surprisingly, Mum cried. Only had a short wait and we were off on the first of many flights to Sydney - after months and months of planning our trip of a lifetime has finally started ...
... out to Marrar to the cousin’s farm. We were staying with Phil and Donna (yes another Donna), who we usually met at Renmark every year (little town on the Murray River in SA for a week or two of water skiing). They have a wheat/canola farm which at this time of year was looking very green with crops coming through nicely. Arrived about 1.30pm and after catching up on local news over a cup of tea and the boys playing with the dog and cat, ...
So my adventures began this morning around 4am when I woke and got ready to head to a place called Narromine with Camppbell. Narromine is near Dubbo which is a larger town in west NSW. What were we going there for I hear you ask. Campbell had bought 2 army jeeps at an auction for the farm in far North Queensland and they weren't going to get there themselves. So we were going to collect them from Sydney and take them to Narromine where they were going to get a few things fixed up on ...