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... waiting for us to come back to pick up something that we had forgotten.
It felt a bit weird to know that we had no time frame for getting to any one point, so we will be looking for brown signs all the way! Easy trip to Singleton where we will stay with Al and Lisa for the night. ...
... The Caucasus isthmus between Asia and Europe with its numerous ancient trade routes could well signal one of the final legs of our Silk Road Travels.
During recent times we had been surprised by the amount of advertising and promotion of the little known country of Azerbaijan. Frequent national and international television advertising and documentaries were being played on Australian media as well as the BBC and CNN. ...
... to soft roof racks, THEY LEAK! Water constantly drips along the ropes and into the car.
Port Macquarie has a Koala hospital, (the same one John Bishop visited) and as Koalas are nocturnal we had to arrive early in the morning to watch them feed and climb up and down their trees. We was hoping to spot a Koala in the wild rather than see them in an enclosed environment but we didn't want to ...
... of our time in Oz surrounded by (often annoying) 18 yr olds.
Whilst at the golf club a slightly crazy looking man said we must go down to the ‘V’ (harbour wall) as there is often wildlife spotted there. So after lunch we did just that and walked along the harbour wall. The rocks that have been put down to shelter the bay had all been gratified, but the good kind with people drawing pictures or just putting nice words or messages. ...
... the Tourist Info place, which was 5 km past town. (Great planning to place it on the way out), and the lady was busy with some one.
Waited a while, then decided the weather is poor and the place depressing. We have been ignored long enough, so now it is time to move on. It is ideal driving weather, so decided to continue on to Port Macquarie. There you go, horses for courses. Days for resting and soaking up sunshine, and others for foot on the pedal and go go go.