Trabern's Guestbook

11th November 2019

Newcastle to Blue Mountains
Oh dear...why didn't you drop in on the way??????
11th November 2019

Flying visit to Newcastle
Hi Gabriel and Yin, we were in Newcastle for such a short time and we were travelling with friends which made it a bit awkward to catch up with Bunnik’s friends in the area. As we said to Gloria, when Bernie finishes work and we can travel to Australian destinations at our leisure we’ll be in touch if we’re passing through Newcastle. I hope you are both keeping well and enjoying holidays in exotic locations. Our next trip is a short one to the Sunshine Coast in Feb and a cruise from Ho Chi Minh to Siem Reap in October 2020. Bernie plans to finish work around the end of May in 2021. 💜T
16th August 2019

The usual high standard!
Hi all. Enjoying following your travels and loving the brilliant images shared here. You have such a great eye for light and perspective. Stay warm! Thanks for sharing
From Blog: Canberra
18th August 2019

Glad you’re enjoying our travel tales
Hi, hi, I’m surprised you have had time to follow our current travelblog as your own holiday has sounded very busy. We have seen in your posts that you and the girls have packed a lot into the last few weeks. 💜T
From Blog: Canberra
13th August 2019

I'm reading your blog on the Campbell's,
I'm reading your blog on the Campbell's, very interesting, I am doing the family tree and came across some useful info. Thanks for sharing :)
From Blog: Clan Campbell
18th August 2019

Happy to be of assistance
I’m glad that you found our post about tracking down Campbell graves in Scotland useful. If you think we might be able to fill in any other gaps let us know. Happy ancestor hunting. Regards, Tracey and Bernie
From Blog: Clan Campbell
10th August 2019

Hi Tracey & Bernie, I love driving the East Coast. One holiday (BR -- before retirement), I took 6 days to drive to Brisbane (inland route), then 8 days back down the coast stopping at every beach I found - I'm sure I missed my calling as a 'Beach Bum !! Like you I stopped at Coffs BUT, unlike you, I took a room at the pier pub for just $20 !!! It was a basic bedroom with share bathroom, BUT I just LOVE staying in old pubs. Besides there were only 2 of us there. I was very happy. Does the hotel still take guests? See how many OLD barns/sheds you can find while meandering 'off the beaten track'; the more dilapidated the better. Cheers
10th August 2019

Old Sheds
There are lots of old sheds about, but often they are a bit difficult to photograph with either no place to safely stop or too far inside paddocks to photograph well from the road. I am too chicken to trespass into farmer’s paddocks in case they seem me and chase me out on their quad bike?! If I ever finish photobooking our holidays I might set myself a photobook ‘project’ like old and dilapidated sheds of Victoria. 💜T
5th August 2019

Another trip
I always look forward to your travel blog entries and Bernie's photos. Hope you're all happy and healthy.
10th August 2019

Hi John, I (finally) photobooked our cycling holiday last year. Bernie’s 50th Birthday trip completed just in time for his 57th Birthday! That is sill one of our best holidays. Glad you are still enjoying our blog. Maybe this year’s will inspire a trip to Oz?? Cheers, Tracey
3rd September 2018

Or how about diverting to Diego Garcia. You were practically over it when you had to make the diversion. On the other hand the passenger would have had a difficult time finding a commercial flight off that island! I've enjoyed following you tours of castles and manors. I plan to visit some next spring, some of which were owned by ancestors.
31st August 2018

Travel Agency - Triaz
Thanks for sharing
25th August 2018

Wish I was there with you.
Loving all your 'blogging' Tracey, and the photos are wonderful. Such an unusual trip; definitely off the beaten track. But where's Steven?? Haven't seen him in a photo for some time. Thanks for sharing journey with us.
22nd August 2018

Stunning gardens
Hi again. What a fantastic location you have chosen for your getaway. Love the colourful garden displays, and the half-timbered houses are delightful. Hope you continue to enjoy exploring and make the most of your last few days before you head home. I am feeling much better today, Phil too so now I need to work on getting more active again. The cold is a bit of a disincentive though! Luckily we soon have a weekend in Nelsons Bay to defrost temporarily!
From Blog: Shrewsbury
21st August 2018

Love the photos, looks like you have seen some varied sights along the way and much to delight a photographer’s eye! I could not have gone along that viaduct!
20th August 2018

Why is the Seagull called Stephen?
20th August 2018

Steven Seagal - long term family joke. Cheers
19th August 2018
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19th August 2018

Old Rufford Hall
You guys have been watching too much 'Escape to the Country' Looking for your dream retirement home? 😅😅 Your new friend Stephen, very cute 🐦
15th August 2018

Loving your photos, these are nice photos Bernie and Tracey, love this type of country. Glad you got your train ride, you may remember our train at Romey Dymchurch came off the track, so we really didn't have more than 5 minutes
13th August 2018

English Heritage
I loved using our Overseas passes! We only had a 9-day pass, so we got our money's worth after two visits (Whitby Abbey and Clifford Tower). My favorite stop of them all was Wardour Castle in the south, not sure if you're headed that way. I found the staff at English Heritage to be unbeliveably friendly and chatty - loved it! I have always wanted to see Conisborough Castle and now I really want to!!!
13th August 2018

Love the photos as usual. There are so many heritage properties within easy travelling distance of Stalybridge. My favourite so far is Brodsworth Hall - very impressive. Best wishes for the rest of your trip
10th August 2018

Love the UK
Was in the UK for three weeks this June - had only ever visited London previously - and was blown away by the beauty of the scenery and magnificent buildings. Love your photos!
9th August 2018

More traveller's tales.
I really enjoyed your trip to Kangaroo Island Tracey. You certainly do get around the two of you and I love reading through all the notes and viewing your great photos. Keep them coming so I can LIVE your travelling with you [in spirit].
9th August 2018

Hello Stephen!
Kangaroo Island is another place I have on my Bucket List. Thanks for sharing your traveller's insight and observations Tracey. Loving your photos too, as always. AND it's SOOOOO good to see Stephen again !!!!! [lol]

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