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  • The Case of the Missing keysVersion #1: The day may well have started off smoothly, calmly and happily, with clothes chosen, bags packed and everything in place for a timely departure. However, like the weather, things can change quite quickly. While out for lunch with Posted by MandM Travels in MminusM Travels | Apr 19, 2014
  • Dark Days and DenhamAfter a surprisingly restful and relatively pain-free sleep, (which did not, nonetheless, miraculously fix my back issue) I hobbled my way downstairs to start the day a little late, around 0520. Not too much later, Lanky wandered out Posted by liseylou in The Richo Family Work Trip | Apr 18, 2014
  • Day 14Left Halls Creek at 8 AM and headed for Kununurra and Emma Gorge. Emma Gorge is part of El Questro, a well regarded tourist facility and private national national Park. It is 65KM west of Kununurra, off the Gibb River Posted by BobnJo-Elsbury in Kimberley Adventure | Apr 18, 2014
  • Day 15We went on a sunset cruise on Lake Argyle today. It was an amazing experience cruising around at or near mountain peaks. Lake Argyle is the largest man made lake in the Southern Hemisphere and the statistics are mind blowing. The cruise Posted by BobnJo-Elsbury in Kimberley Adventure | Apr 18, 2014
  • Day 14Left Halls Creek at 8 AM and headed for Kununurra and Emma Gorge. Emma Gorge is part of El Questro, a well regarded tourist facility and private national national Park. It is 65KM west of Kununurra, off the Gibb River Posted by BobnJo-Elsbury in Kimberley Adventure | Apr 18, 2014
  • Day 13Today was spent in the air. We did the “touristy” thing today a chartered a plane from Halls Creek to take us to Wolfe Creek Crater and the Bungle Bungles. The weather was comfortable with only a slight haze so Posted by BobnJo-Elsbury in Kimberley Adventure | Apr 18, 2014
  • Stunning Coastline on the Great Ocean RoadWhere do I start? We have seen so much on the way here.....some of the most beautiful scenery, beaches, cliffs and coastline. We didn't stop for too long, a couple of nights at a caravan park at Apollo Bay to Posted by Crazy Poupes in Second Time Around! | Apr 18, 2014
  • Loving South West RocksOur campsite here is great, looking out over the river. Was great to meet up with Nikki, Drew and Maddy again, and this place really feels like we are on holiday and our trip has truly begun as we Posted by Capes Crusaders in Capes Crusaders | Apr 18, 2014
  • Just getting startedToday I have started using travellerspoint to plot our coming trip. This blog entry is part of me sussing out what I can do with this site. So far it looks really useful and I'm hoping that it will Posted by DenMark74 in Our 2014 trip | Apr 18, 2014
  • Time to say good bye australia.ok. So weve just over nine weeks till we get home!!! eeek . Weve been quiet for a while so heres a quick overview. Moved in to an apartment with Katie and Karl. Legends. I worked in a pharmacy from Posted by howards1985 in Sweatnerds | Apr 17, 2014
  • Bulli Cruzers3 weeks to go. The time is going fast now. School doesn't go back until 29th. Jack & Ty are up at their Grandma's still. They went with Auntie Steph and her 3 to the Royal Posted by Bulli Cruzers in Off Again | Apr 17, 2014
  • In the barriers.... Posted by Melbinman in The Melbourne Martins' Grande Tour 2014 | Apr 17, 2014
  • I'll blame it on the spider. As far as successful beginnings to a magical family adventure goes... well, I think we can safely call this a failure. Booo!! Our first portent of doom came when, two days before setting out, Lanky Ankles started suffering from mild fever Posted by liseylou in The Richo Family Work Trip | Apr 17, 2014
  • Money, money, money!Hi kids! Remember I told you I had to get some Australian dollars changed into Euros at the bank? I thought you might like to see what they look like, so have a look at the photos. I'm also stopping in Posted by lbaker in Ms. Baker's Trip | Apr 17, 2014
  • Da Sydney a Melbourne Ritornati dall'Ayers Rock, abbiamo visitato, sotto pioggia e nuvoloni, Sydney. L'inciso meteorologico è importante: da parte mia cercherò di essere il più oggettiva possibile ma difficilmente posso negare che il cattivo tempo abbia oscurato non solo la ci Posted by ninabuffi in Il viaggio dei gufi | Apr 17, 2014
  • 50 something days to goWith 50 odd days to go I am testing out this possible travel blog. So welcome to our trip to Brazil, Chile, Argentina and Dubai for the World Cup. Follow along and send massages as we travel around Brazil living Posted by Astreeton in World Cup Brazil (Chile and Argentina) | Apr 16, 2014
  • Europe for six monthsI'm leaving and going away for six months - to Europe - whoo hooo. Hi, my name is Rosie and I am going to Europe with Mum and Dad for six months. I still haven't packed and we are going in Posted by SamSueEurope in Wait for me - long walks with short legs | Apr 16, 2014
  • BroomeWe have spent the last 8 days in Broome. There have been a few highlights, we are staying in a great caravan park with a huge lagoon style pool, so have done heaps of swimming, we visited the heritage outdoor Posted by Buckley11 in The Buckleys Big Adventure | Apr 15, 2014
  • Ayers RockSono sicura che tutti, in una foto o in un documentario, l'avete in mente. Sì, esatto, sto parlando di quell'enorme sasso rosso che si trova in mezzo all'Australia, ovvero l'Ayers Rock o, come lo chiamano gli indigeni, Uluru. E proprio Posted by ninabuffi in Il viaggio dei gufi | Apr 15, 2014
  • Day 12What a fantastic day we had today. We drove SE and visited Caroline Pool, Old Halls Creek, Palm Springs, and Sawpit Gorge. We attempted to find the “Old Stone House” but after following a rough 4X4 track for 12 KM, Posted by BobnJo-Elsbury in Kimberley Adventure | Apr 15, 2014
  • Day 11The drive from Fitzroy Crossing to Halls Creek was easy and to some degree, boring. Apart from a handful of photo “ops”, it was mainly straight and flat. There was a noticable increase in traffic heading south probably because of Posted by BobnJo-Elsbury in Kimberley Adventure | Apr 15, 2014
  • Day 10 (2)Gieke Gorge was a disappointment in that it was not accessible. We got as far as the car park and that was about it. Posted by BobnJo-Elsbury in Kimberley Adventure | Apr 15, 2014
  • Sail Port StephensFriday was day 1 of the Sail Port Stephens Regatta, and we had a great day out on the water. Wailea was entered into division 2 of the IRC Championships, and our course area was offshore near Cabbage Tree Posted by Capes Crusaders in Capes Crusaders | Apr 14, 2014
  • What a difference a Bay makes==[center]The first recorded shot of World War I, the 'Gibraltar of the South', dozens of shipwrecks and entrance to the richest port in the world. All part of European history? Far from it! The other side of the world in Posted by DenOS.08 in In Search of the Researchable | Apr 14, 2014
  • Preparation well underway!!! And the First Few Weeks[center]It's only January but plans and preparation is well underway for our trip for 2014. A few new features for the car, our clear view towing mirrors, what a difference. As we will be on a number of dirt roads, Posted by Juney59 in "THIS IS THE LIFE" 2014 | Apr 14, 2014
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