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 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)
Last week I watched the movie Ned Kelly with Heath Ledger. It was filmed in 2003. One of several made. Of course being an Australian I think I like this one the best. Mick Jagger from the Rolling Stones also played Ned Kelly but to me that was definitely a bad choice. Anyway it got … Continue reading Glenrowan, Victoria – The Last stand of The Kelly Gang
As there is no overseas travel out of Australia at the moment I thought I would share some wonderful places here in Australia. Perhaps once travel is allowed you may want to visit these spots. I have also neglected the blog lately due to moving, Christmas and New Year. Its been hectic. Life is now … Continue reading Nagambie Victoria – Australia
Peninsula Hot Springs I have been living down on the Mornington Peninsula for over 3 years yet I have never visited the Hot Springs. This year has been crazy so as our lockdown started to open up I decided I would go and see what I had been missing out on. I had seen many … Continue reading Peninsula Hot Springs
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
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
Back in January Muriel, myself, her son Chris and his girlfriend did a two-day trip of the Great Ocean Road here in Victoria. Monday saw the 4 of us line up in Chris's car to board the Ferry from Sorrento to Queenscliff. The trip takes about 40 mins The cars line up to board … Continue reading Great Ocean Road
Sheryl from https://www.achronicvoice.com is hosting an Invisible Link Up. When Sheryl tagged me in this I was like yes please I will do that. A great way to learn what it is like for others living around the world with a chronic illness. I have several chronic illness along with a couple of rare diseases. I have learnt … Continue reading Invisible in Melbourne. WHAT’S IT LIKE TO LIVE HERE WITH CHRONIC ILLNESS?
On Saturday I made my way into the city to catch up with a friend who was visiting from Perth, Western Australia. Such a bleak cold Saturday so what does one do apart from staying indoors and keeping warm. We got on a tram and made our way to the MCG - Melbourne Cricket Ground. … Continue reading Fitzroy Gardens and the MCG Melbourne.