Tag: Travel

  • Back to the 90s

    Back to the 90s

    A tip on Australian male etiquette. When you’re standing at a urinal you should only ever look forward, otherwise, you might see things you might not want to see. (Or maybe you will!!)… Read the rest

  • Tumba-bloody-rumba

    Tumba-bloody-rumba

    Memory is an amazing thing. With age, you can sometimes have to think hard about something you did yesterday, or where you left something like the TV remote control, but memories from thirty years ago can be quite vivid. … Read the rest

  • Yarrangobilly Caves + Thermal Pool

    Yarrangobilly Caves + Thermal Pool

    “We hope you’re fit”, an older couple (maybe in their late 60s) said to us as we walked towards the Yarrangobilly Caves. “A bit steep, is it?”, I replied, prompting a further response from the woman that they were “just taking a little rest”.… Read the rest

  • Tumut & Batlow

    Tumut & Batlow

    “Where do you get your millet from?”, I asked the young bloke at The Tumut Broom Factory, half expecting an answer like Weethalle or Temora, or another nearby Riverina town. When he told me “Mexico”, I was genuinely surprised.… Read the rest

  • Tumut

    Tumut

    It takes you about half an hour to drive from the centre of Tumut to the restaurant’s location. You could probably do it faster, but it was raining today, sometimes quite heavily and so we drove a little more cautiously.… Read the rest

  • Wagga Wagga

    Wagga Wagga

    “Do you have any cash?” the woman behind the counter asked when I asked if I could pay with my card. Living in Sydney, I’ve gotten used to paying for EVERYTHING with a card, from public transport to newspapers. … Read the rest

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