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Oceania » Australia » New South Wales » Moama January 7th 2013

Sorry all been busy seen and doing so amazing things. I have taken notes down so we can now fill you in before we loose internet again. New Years Day 1/1//2013 We had our recovery breakfast with people we met at the resort, Lyn and Max then paddled in the pool before they had to head on there way. Around 11.30am we took a cab to the Murray River Resort to pick up our buddy " Old man Jester". After twisting our arms we took flight back to the RSL for the hair of the dog and some much need tucker. What was going to be just a couple of schooners turned into a duration sesion and freindly chatter. After being in the sun for long enough and one more cab ride, Kelly kindly drove us ... read more
Max
Me and Lyn
Hmm cold beer

Oceania » Australia » New South Wales » Moama June 20th 2010

The countdown continues for our trip. Even though we have booked a tour with trafalgar tours, we are so wanting to go to the UK that we decided that we would still go even if the tour was cancelled. By this I mean that I got lots of information on short tours in the UK that we could do if the unexpected happened and our tour was cancelled. In English speaking countries I think that this is probably a lot easier than other countries where the culture and customs may be very foreign to us.... read more

Oceania » Australia » New South Wales » Moama May 21st 2010

Hi I think that I have set this up right now that you will both get emails when I put in a diary note. Can you both let me know if this is so?. If this is correct you probably do not need to know the previous emails about travel blog that I have sent you.... read more

Oceania » Australia » New South Wales » Moama February 18th 2009

Today I took the 'scenic' route from Balranald to Moama. Rather than going directly to Swan Hill and then along the Murray Valley Highway to Echuca, I went the longer way via Moulamein and Deniliquin. I stopped in Moama for the night because staying in NSW makes me feel as though the holiday freedom will continue for a little longer. The Moama Riverside Caravan Park is a very quiet park with a very pleasant pool to relax in or beside, but the campsite was dry dusty gravel and took the prize for bending the most tent pegs of any that I've stayed in on this trip. Because the riding today was mostly unexciting, I'm going to give a few 'trivia' facts. (There might be a test later) Moulamein Moulamein is the oldest town in the Riverina ... read more
Campsite at Moama




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