- Day 73 - Spider walks in KarijiniIt was very cold last night. Fortunately I had lots of layers on so didn't get cold but I did wake from time to time, aware of how cold my face was, and snuggled down into my sleeping bag Posted by pkd064 in Karen and Perry's Oz trip | Jul 3, 2012
- Day 72 - Karijini walksWell I knew there'd be some early morning movements but I didn't expect them to be quite so early. Some of our companions were up and about at 3am. Fortunately I managed to wait until after 6.
After bacon Posted by pkd064 in Karen and Perry's Oz trip | Jul 2, 2012
- Day 71 - to Karijini NPWe began the day with a shower in [[http://www.pardoostation.com/|Pardoo]]'s little self contained ensuites. We met a few other early risers and noticed, as has often been the case, that those who seem to feel the cold most are those Posted by pkd064 in Karen and Perry's Oz trip | Jul 1, 2012
- Hong KongBags are almost packed, well actually not started at all, a bit behind schedule for our flight out tomorrow to Hong Kong. We decided that we would do something different this new year's eve - spend it in Hong Kong. Posted by MaggieSyd in Our Adventures | Dec 29, 2014
- Gundagi to Adelong via TumutThere's a track winding back to an old fashioned shack along the road to Gundagai.
Just thought we'd get you in the mood, maybe some of you could put a tune to the opening line and relive your child Posted by robandpam in Rob & Pam road trip No 2 | Dec 28, 2014
- Walpole, WAWe got ourselves organised and ready to leave at 9.30am for our 275km drive to Walpole from Yallingup. The site at Yallingup was a nice small site, with plenty of grass, however had been filling up since we got Posted by Capes Crusaders in Capes Crusaders | Dec 28, 2014
- Yallingup, Margaret River Region, WAWe left Fremantle around 10am after packing up slowly, and saying our final goodbyes to Petra and Robert – this time it really will be goodbye, as they fly back to Sydney for a wedding for three weeks, and by Posted by Capes Crusaders in Capes Crusaders | Dec 28, 2014
- Fremantle, WA - 4 days became a weekWe packed up and headed off around 9.30am for our 256km trip back to civilisation, taking the coastal road rather than inland highway. We watched the landscape change and become more populated and busier as we got further south. Posted by Capes Crusaders in Capes Crusaders | Dec 28, 2014
- The Fishing Trip/50th Birthday CelebrationWhat a way to wake up (apart from the smell, which had started to diffuse a little)! The sunlight streamed in the window above our bed and the birds were singing loudly so we woke early. Glorious; the best Posted by PioneerSerenity in From Marian to ... | Dec 28, 2014
- The Fishing Trip/50th Birthday CelebrationExcitement... today we leave. The trailer is all packed; the suitcases are almost ready to be zipped and carried to the car; pretty much all that remains is for us to get dressed, make the beds, eat breakfast and Posted by PioneerSerenity in From Marian to ... | Dec 28, 2014
- The Fishing Trip/50th Birthday CelebrationTime to move to Base Camp! We packed up the little hire car with all our goods and chattels and, after a vital pitstop at the rod repairers, to collect the now good as new rod, we headed to Posted by PioneerSerenity in From Marian to ... | Dec 28, 2014
- The Fishing Trip/50th Birthday Celebration After endless repacking, mostly of the fishing gear, we managed to get away. Excess luggage was already paid for; with an extra in anticipation of fish to be caught. We had rods, fishing tools, sunshirts for the "proverbially Posted by PioneerSerenity in From Marian to ... | Dec 28, 2014
- Merry Christmas and a Happy New Year to you allMerry Christmas! May it be a happy and blessed one for you all; hopefully you get to spend the Christmas break just the way you'd like to. Wishing you a 2015 brim full of all the best things Posted by PioneerSerenity in Merry Christmas to you! | Dec 28, 2014
- In the beginningA number of people have asked why take 12 months off work and school and why travel around the USA. Well since this is the first real post (the others were tests to see how the blog works and how Posted by V3USA in USA 2015 | Dec 27, 2014
- Tripnotes - Halfway Point . 3 &1/2 months on the road
. Distance travelled so far - 17,350 kms
. Fuel costs $ 4,400.00
. Fuel consumption average to date 16L / 100km
. Most expensive fuel cost p/litre so far $1.8950c ( Three Posted by Ash-Clauds in Around Australia in 6 months | Dec 25, 2014
- Beach, Friends and Booze===Christmas Eve===
Waking up, realizing it is Christmas Eve and looking out of the window to check whether it is gonna be a white Christmas... that's been my start of the day for almost every year. This year was different. Good Posted by jan.wegener in Jan Goes Down Under | Dec 25, 2014
- Blue Mountains, Kangoroo Valley, ShellharbourOur next stop after Sydney was Blackheath in the Blue Mountains. The caravan park there was recommended to us by a fellow traveller and it was indeed a very nice spot, surrounded by thick forest with mountain views :-)
After we Posted by Ash-Clauds in Around Australia in 6 months | Dec 25, 2014
- Cairns ChristmasHappy Christmas everyone!!! It's Christmas morning in the UK but we've just finished our Christmas Day which we spent in true Aussie style. Diving / snorkelling on the Great Barrier Reef followed by Kanga Bangers (kangaroo sausages) on the barbie. Posted by BecsandSar in Becs and Sar go travelling | Dec 25, 2014
- North Queensland CoastAfter Airlie Beach we only had two nights left with Belinda (our campervan) and we were not looking forward to returning her.
We set off pretty early for Townsville after a swim and a mango collection (the trees in the Posted by BecsandSar in Becs and Sar go travelling | Dec 25, 2014
- Thursday 11 DecemberGot to Lithgow (Cullen Bullen) and stayed the night with Lisse and Phil and their kids at their friend's farm. Loads of cows around with a few ready to give birth and a couple of little calves wondering the Posted by Walshys in Walshys' MASSIVE camping trip - Woohoo! | Dec 25, 2014
- A special Christmas EveAh! The images from childhood. Always romantic, always embellished and most probably inaccurate. Here in Penguin, the core of my childhood images were conjured. Now I am here again and realise the mind can play some beastly Posted by stavmagpie in At Johnson's Beach, Penguin. | Dec 23, 2014
- WESTERN AUSTRALIA VENTUREGordon failed to appear at the South Australian Parliament Roll Call on October 26th 1866 and the next month he resigned.
Gordon looked about him and hesitated about settling in Western Australia but an occupation is what he badly needed, Posted by algordon in 4.ADAM LINDSAY GORDON TRAIL-W.A. | Dec 23, 2014
- Historic Richmond Village
As Tasmania's most important historic town, Richmond is one of the state's most popular destinations, with good examples of Tasmania's stark convict heritage and beautiful historic buildings.
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- Convict Coal Mines, Port Arthur
The Coal Mines Historic Site was Tasmania’s first operational mine, developed both to limit the colony's dependence upon costly imported coal from New South Wales, as well as serving as a place Posted by charlystyles in Charly & Eric's adventure | Dec 17, 2014
- Just for starters . . . .I am so damn lucky. Jill, Snoop and Spot have agreed to leave the comfort of Staverton Farm and join me in a bit of beachcombing and reminiscing. There wiil be a Christmas Eve blog with photos. Posted by stavmagpie in At Johnson's Beach, Penguin. | Dec 23, 2014