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Another Royal


Condoblin has a great little camping ground, the cheapest of the whole trip.  And the town has a Royal Hotel - one of the more ugly renditions on the theme.

Don't worry, there will be fewer as we go along because we are heading up to Queensland and they don't seem to have same history of a Royal Hotel in nearly every town, either that or they have all burnt down or fallen down.




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  1. There is an expression, used in another context: 'you dont't look at the mantlepiece when stoking the fire'. Must send you that other one from Port Macquarie.

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  2. Umm tiled walls and ugly airconditioners, but another one for the collection.

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