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Ballarat – Victoria – a sleepy town with a turbulent past

Ballarat in Victoria must be one of the prettiest towns I have recently visited. The manicured lawns, the tranquil lake in the middle of the town, the black swan. I think I could easily live there. It is close enough to a large city and it looks so livable. This used to be a very […]

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Canberra – city of politics and memorials

I guess the politics and war memorials go hand in hand. It’s a sad reality. I walked down from the war memorial to the parliament house. Only had a very limited amount of time in Canberra and tried to see as much as I could. I’ve been to Canberra many times before. It’s not the most […]

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Hiking in Morton National Park – Mount Bushwalker

This trip was a little bit longer than usual. Our longest trips so far were to the Blue Mountains, which is about 100km away from Sydney. Morton National Park – the Mout Bushwalker trail was more than 200km away. The road was really easy and on Sunday early morning there weren’t too many cars on […]

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Hiking to Mount Piddington – Blue Mountains

Another weekend, another hike. I am really enjoying these little trips. This time around it was again in the Blue Mountains – Mount Piddington. Same distance from Sydney, about 90 minutes drive around Blackheath. The walk to Mount Piddington can be as easy as you want and as hard. Of course, we chose the harder […]

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Blue Mountains – Hiking to Lockley’s Pylon

I wasn’t too keen on driving on another dirt road. I felt sorry for my car. However, to get to the Lockley’s Pylon in the Blue Mountains, it’s the only way. I would not attempt that drive in the wet as the road gets quite steep at times and my car would just slide off […]