It has been a most interesting couple of weeks since leaving Canberra... Busy, seeing a lot, much banter has of course occurred. To share some of the madness, here is a snapshot of what we've been up to... I've broken one of Ben's records... The number of days he has spent in a city whilst … Continue reading The Last Leg of the Road Trip
Raining and overcast, our introduction to Canberra is one from inside buildings that can keep us dry. We visit the National Capital Exhibition. We learn that Canberra's land was once sheep paddocks. That a referendum was held in 1899 as to whether Australia should be a single nation. Australia voted. A majority vote in all … Continue reading Impressions of a National Capital
From Nimbin we decide to head back towards Gosford to restock on some oil. Raining and not really feeling like assembling a tent at 7pm we decide just to keep going and drive it all in one go. Back on a road we've already driven at Coffs Harbour, we use a cheeky free wifi stop … Continue reading An Eventful Journey and Possums Eating Spaghetti!
I got back in the car after my yoga class. I had had a bit of a stressful morning. I looked at Ben and asked him if I seemed calm. He got very confused by this question and thought I had asked 'am I Pam' or 'am I ham...' Crazy Belgians ;-). He told me … Continue reading Have You Been to Granny’s Farm?
Byron Bay, a popular hippie hangout between Brisbane and Sydney on the Gold Coast was the destination of choice on the GPS before we left the farm... Slowly meandering our way there as road trips should, we encountered the legendary night manager Charlie in Tara caravan park, found more veggie oil on Fry St of … Continue reading Cheer Up, Slow Down, Chill Out… 🙂
We have just spent a week on a farm near a city called Roma in Queensland. The soil a bit redder than New South Wales' brown, Ben and I have been driving tractors, mustering cattle, making cattle feed (most dusty a process!) and enjoying not being in a tent! Ben, familiar with most tasks having … Continue reading Rolling Back Onto The Farm