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  • Day 8 - Embarkation Day in SydneyGot up and tried to squeeze everything back into my suitcase. Just need to pop out and buy a few things before going to the cruise terminal. Checked out on time and asked the nice man at reception to hold Posted by Christinesolo in South Pacific | Sep 19, 2014
  • Packing and RacingPacking for a trip like this requires great planning. You have to ensure that you are self-reliant in so many areas, like water (4 litres per person per day), spare tyres, spare radiator hoses, puncture repair kits, air compressors, gas Posted by mljjs in Simpson Desert - Across the Guts | Sep 19, 2014
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  • Wyndham and beyond, WASo the next adventure begins……. With the car all packed, and last minute jobs done we hit the road to Wyndham, 100km away on a highway. We stopped off on the way at The Grotto, a deep water hole Posted by Capes Crusaders in Capes Crusaders | Sep 19, 2014
  • Darby's Falls freecamp to QueanbeyanThursday 18th Today was a simple journey down through the village of Boorowa and on to Yass and Canberra. Great idea! Not! Very carefully departing our safe haven we turned towards Boorowa and avoiding the local hoon traffic, we bumped along until Posted by psstevo in Murray River dejavu 2014 | Sep 19, 2014
  • Gooloogong to Darby's FallsWednesday 17th Gooloogong to Darby’s Falls. Today was a decent drive over rolling hills with sheep, cattle, canola and wheat crops in abundance. The canola was everywhere it seemed and with the sun shining on the golden flowers and contrast with the Posted by psstevo in Murray River dejavu 2014 | Sep 19, 2014
  • Gooloogong Rest DayTuesday 16th 1.40AM. Woken by a squall of rain but fortunately did not last! But then couldn’t get back sleep! We decided on a rest today as the weather was not too good with a cold breeze and some possible shower activity Posted by psstevo in Murray River dejavu 2014 | Sep 19, 2014
  • A Little CelebrationOUR LITTLE CELEBRATION For travelling 10,327km Friday, 19 September 2014 Gladstone, Qld We left Kurrimine Beach in Far North Queensland, south of Cairns, just yesterday morning and travelled as far south as Proserpine, the gateway to the Whitsunday Posted by twodubfers in Seeing Australia | Sep 19, 2014
  • Kununurra, WASo after our lovely sojourn at Lake Argyle, we headed to the civilisation that is Kununurra. It’s a thriving little modern town (population around 7500) about 80km journey for us, and sits on Lake Kununurra. This was created Posted by Capes Crusaders in Capes Crusaders | Sep 19, 2014
  • Engagement Announcement! :)Today was a very relaxed, but a very very exciting day! Although we were engaged on Sept 17 (Day 3), today we were finally able to share the news with our family and friends (the time change made this rather Posted by lwebb in Wade & Lindsay's Australian Adventure! | Sep 19, 2014
  • SickAll, Due to an airways infection (could that exploit the lack of stamina?) I have to stay in Tathra on doctors orders. Rest until Monday. So this weekend I will be whale spotting, reading and sleeping. Till Monday! Posted by Mvanrhijn in Cycling Down Under | Sep 19, 2014
  • Day 6 and 7 - Catching up with friendsI had organised to catch up with Beth for lunch today. She was able to get the afternoon off so she suggested we catch the monorail over to the Casino. We had lunch in their little food court area, which Posted by Christinesolo in South Pacific | Sep 18, 2014
  • Blue Mountain Day Trip!This morning started off bright and early as we caught our tour bus at 7:30 for our day trip up to the Blue Mountains, a historic region of Australia. Our first stop was the quaint mountain village of Leura, where Posted by lwebb in Wade & Lindsay's Australian Adventure! | Sep 18, 2014
  • Beach Day!Today was a little less hectic than the last few days have been, as we decided to have a lazy, relaxing day on the beach! As we made our way down to the harbour, we stopped to rub a boars Posted by lwebb in Wade & Lindsay's Australian Adventure! | Sep 18, 2014
  • Day 8Day 8 If I had to summarize today I would say: a beautiful walk. Where yesterday was bad, this day was even worse. After about 39 minutes I wasn't able to get the pedals round at all. Even downhill parts were Posted by Mvanrhijn in Cycling Down Under | Sep 18, 2014
  • TestingLeaving work.......now! Posted by mljjs in Simpson Desert - Across the Guts | Sep 17, 2014
  • Day 7Day 7 The day started early as always. While my legs feel as if they have been cast in concrete during the night (rock hard and unable to bend), I still feel today is going to be a nice day. After Posted by Mvanrhijn in Cycling Down Under | Sep 17, 2014
  • Free camping in the Kimberleys following from our last entry we did manage to get everything welded up properly again and have now used some extra straps to stop the bikes from vibrating. We nerv Posted by Ash-Clauds in Around Australia in 6 months | Sep 17, 2014
  • Day 5 - Getting around SydneyThe day started slow, well not the day but me, I started slow. The visiting hours are 10 to 12 then 2 til 8 so I have decided to leave the city by midday to get to the hospital by Posted by Christinesolo in South Pacific | Sep 16, 2014
  • Exploring Sydney!What a busy day of sight seeing!! We were up early this morning, since we were in bed so early last night, and finished booking a few more items over coffee. The staff at the hotel have been extremely helpful! Posted by lwebb in Wade & Lindsay's Australian Adventure! | Sep 16, 2014
  • Am I not turtley enough for the turtle club?Ladies and gents, I've been sitting on this one for a while. Not normally one to procrastinate from blogging, the months since I last wrote have simply disappeared into a whirlwind of oh-look-the-tradewinds-finally-kicked-in and wow-you've-been-here-three Posted by lucyfbaird in You Can't Have a Favourite Place... | Sep 16, 2014
  • Day 6Day 6 After a day of rest, and when I say rest I mean REST! I did manage to cross the street and have my morning coffee at the beach but that was about as much exersice I could muster yesterday. Posted by Mvanrhijn in Cycling Down Under | Sep 16, 2014
  • Ceduna and Streaky BayWell after my ramblings over the Nullarbor, today will be a lot shorter. We spent a couple of relaxed days wandering around Ceduna and making our way down to Streaky Bay. It is quite nice to not have Posted by GLIB2011 in Wykes Wanderings | Sep 16, 2014
  • Murdering Creek and Flying Fish PointMURDERING CREEK AND FLYING FISH POINT WET ZONE, NORTH TROPICAL QUEENSLAND (Also known as the Cassowary Coast) Tuesday, 16 September 2014 Kurrimine Beach is a spectacular spot on this equally spectacular coast, overlooking some of the spectacular is Posted by twodubfers in Seeing Australia | Sep 15, 2014
  • Almost There[i]The D'Agostino's are in a mad rush to complete there final preparations for the incredible trip that they have been planning for the last 6 month. My sisters and I vividly remember when our parents came home from the travel Posted by TheD'Agostino's in The United States of America | Sep 15, 2014
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