Red Rocks Homestead
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... people at this parade with Loads of screaming kids. If I was a penguin I would be scared to coming in, maybe they are just used to it. The penguin numbers are growing on this island so it must be working. It was great to see and the whole day was well worth the money. We went with Go West tours and it cost $260. £150 for both of us. We left the parade at 10.15. Both me and Noel fell asleep on the bus on the way home. It took about 1.5 hours. We were the 3rd drop off so we got to bed about ...
More Aussie language Dooner - Duvet Lollies - all sweets Monday After pulling a muscle in my shoulder with the lifting the other day my first task for today was a lot of lifting! Great stuff! We had to clear the last shelving unit in the man cave and then we had to move it to the other shed. Another heavy shelving unit, I managed it but it bloody hurt. It took a couple go hours to shift the stuff, move the shelving unit and then secure the shelving unit again. I spent the rest ...
As we left Eskdale we all got a bit sad but we tarted watching our movies so not that bad. Eventually as we got to Wodonga the DVD player went flat so we just started talking. We played the iPads and that. We left at about 3:00pm. After 3 hours of stiffness we arrived at McDonalds for a toilet stop and dinner. I know this may sound rude but a lady spat into the sink and it sounded so weird. My mum nearly exploded of laughter because she didnt want to sound rude. Haha! We had a happy ...
... at Fraser Island
Bike riding at flinders rangers. Heysen's range
Bedourie Artesian Spa
Champagne pools ball fun
Boche at Diamentina NP
Sand play (slides and ball races) at Simpson desert
Foam fights at Euroa
Flinders rangers walks: St. Mary peak, Ohlsons-Bagge, Wangarra lookout
Carnarvon gorge walks: Art gallery, Moss garden, Amphitheatre, Wards canyon, Mickeys creek gorge, Bluff ...
... as we sat there it got a little chilly and some dark clouds rolled over.
We didn't stop again except to change drivers. The roads are either long and boring with signs every so often saying such things as, "rest, revive, survive", "Have a power nap in 3K", "Sleepy drivers die". I think there's been a national schools awareness campaign to think up slogans. We also met a few huge lorries, motor caravans and trucks with trailers. Luckily there ...