Walla Walla – New South Wales

A few weeks ago we went away in our new/old caravan that we had recently purchased. A company here in Albury imports caravans from Europe. We had looked for ages for a caravan to suit our needs. Its fantastic has an ensuite, double bed and a lounge that turns into a king size bed. A … Continue reading Walla Walla – New South Wales

Sumison Gardens/Belvoir Park Wodonga

Sumison Gardens is a beautiful place to visit in Wodonga. The gardens have so much for everyone. Two children's playgrounds, two enclosed dog parks, exercise equipment (free), plenty of covered bbq's, seats scattered around the walking paths and plenty of toilets around the park. One of the many free exercise equipment placed around the park … Continue reading Sumison Gardens/Belvoir Park Wodonga

Day Trip to Beechworth and Woolshed Falls

Woolshed Falls A few weeks ago, when we were not in lockdown, we visited Beechworth to catch up for lunch with friends. When we lived in Wodonga a few years ago Greg worked at the brewery in Beechworth. It was a frequent place we visited when he wasn't working. Im gluten free but to have … Continue reading Day Trip to Beechworth and Woolshed Falls

Mokoan Rest Stop Art works (Victoria Australia)

Mokoan Rest Stop is very familiar to me. Its a great place to stop and stretch the legs, toilet stop and walk the dogs. Its roughly 1 hour 15 mins or 120 km from Albury heading to Melbourne or Shepparton. These stops are Northbound and Southbound on the Hume Freeway. The Hume Freeway takes you … Continue reading Mokoan Rest Stop Art works (Victoria Australia)

The beginning of 3 Sisters Abroad – 4 year Anniversary of blogging!

 So many memories are popping up on my facebook of 4 years when my sisters Paula and Muriel and myself travelled to Zurich via Singapore to embark on a journey of a lifetime. Our 12 hour flight from Singapore was full of chatting, eating, drinking and napping.  This trip all started the year before when … Continue reading The beginning of 3 Sisters Abroad – 4 year Anniversary of blogging!

Point Nepean & Portsea on the Mornington Peninsula Victoria

As there is no travel at the moment I thought I might share a little bit of where I live.  I happen to live in what is known as one of the main holiday destinations in Victoria.  The Mornington Peninsula.  Its about an hour a way from Melbourne by car or you can catch the … Continue reading Point Nepean & Portsea on the Mornington Peninsula Victoria

Day Trip to Queenscliff

On the 27/2/20 a  group of ladies from the Southern Peninsula VIEW Group took the ferry from Sorento to Queenscliff for the day.  Our weather has been so crazy and only a few days earlier we had been experiencing normal February temperatures of 35 degrees Celsius. The top temperature for today was only going to … Continue reading Day Trip to Queenscliff

Its Rare Disease Day 29th February

On the 28th February  every year marks Rare Disease Day.  This year its on the 29th February - Leap Year.  I have two - Tuberous Sclerosis and Lymphangiomiomatosis.   When I was young around 6 I had some suspicious lumps removed from my face.  I remember having them and then not having them.  I know … Continue reading Its Rare Disease Day 29th February