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Unfortunately we have been without Internet again for the last few days so I'm going to compress as much as possible into this entry. If you get bored just skip to the pictures, there's a lot of them this time :) Monday we drove from Gilgandra to Katoomba in the blue mountains. About 350KM south towards Sydney. On the way we had some spare time so …
... even the guest book with entries from 1944, great food, I had a vegetarian pie, Keith had a sirloin steak, chips and salad the steak almost covered the plate reasonably priced and very succulent, arrived back at van and there was a knock on the door from Janice and Stewart a young couple that befriended us, as they were going back to Melbourne early tomorrow morning they came to say goodbye so we talked for a couple of hours said goodbye hoping to catch up again in Melbourne then off to ...
... as ever. She still does her exercises and goes for a walk every evening.
Once we were all settled and the van levelled as best we could, we spent the afternoon chatting with everyone and playing games. We called up the cousins in Perth so they could chat to each other. Every now and them Jacob would ask for another hug and ask how long we were staying. He's got 2-1/2 years of hugs to catch up with plus what he ...
... Mountains. We drove right past the Olympic stadium and venues of the 2000 games. Unfortunately access was blocked so we really could get closer than street distance.
The Blue Mountains are about 1.5 hours away. We drove some country side but also,lots of large communities. The valley is massive and like looking over a thick carpet of trees. The famous landmark of the Blue mountains is The ...
... friend Iryna Fettke's 56th birthday, but she was laid to rest on August 31st after losing the dreadful 4 year fight to cancer. Never forgotten - our love xxxx
Crescent Head 24th - 28th March
Fantastic surf beach and tidal creek. The heavens opened up on 25th and it was relentless so we didn't get to play on the hilly golf course or play lawn bowls. We went into Kempsey and went to the Maritime Musuem and found a great cafe on ...
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TravelPod Member ReviewsHotel Blue Katoomba
A very nice 1920's hotel within walking distance of train station, shopping and blue mountains views and falls. Super nice people who run the hotel. The just took over the place so some restoration is ongoing. Rooms are clean but could use some attention at the ceiling :)
Don't forget to get some cappuccino at the cafe downstairs and admire the pictures on the wall.
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