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I am looking forward to my holiday. I love you all. I am really looking forward to Underwater World because I will get to see a shark. Tomorrow will be my first time on an aeroplane. I am excited but a little scared. I will miss you all especially Mrs Clark. Please come back tomorrow to see some exciting things about my holiday. Lots of love from ...
... sheep farmland, with grasses and small trees and shrubs. But as we climb higher, the flora changes to an open forest of blue gums and later sugar gums of quite gigantic proportions. After all the time we spend between the mallee trees it is good to see some real trees again . Even though we are still in arid country, for some reason the slopes of this mount hold enough water to sustain such large trees. When we reach the summit the views are magnificent! To paint a ...
We arrive in Adelaide late and have a little trouble finding a suitable caravan park.....I take the dogs for a walk and leave it up to Dave.
We eventually find a park 4lms from the city and book in for two nights.
The park turns out to be a great find...right on the Torrens river and next to a park , so the dogs have plenty of room to run and we do not feel too pinned in. The staff are very accommodating and friendly and the amenities are ...
... then our own beds.
Total Kilometres - 11,672 driveway to driveway
21 visits to a petrol station
35 paid accommodation stays – 2 free accommodation stays
Damage/Losses - camper broken shocker mount, chipped windscreen
and Sat Nav/CD/Radio in car seizing up and not cooperating.
The trip was really good, but the Kimberley was better. It was cool being the most Northerly person in Australia ...
... Australian, some not. It was cold in there although marginally warmer than it was outside. It is quite a impressive building and it was pleasant to wander around in. We found a Davidsons plum tree complete with fruit, and even a ripe plum on the ground nearby.
We wandered down some more paths and found a building with a sign that said, Diggers' Shop. How exciting, it was the Diggers that Paul gets his seeds etc from, so Paul and Mum were able to buy a few things in there. ...