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Full Circle

Day 138: Adelaide to Sydney

Michael Palin - Full CircleHaving crossed Australia from north to south we must now head east again, back to the Pacific coast and on to New Zealand, the most southerly landfall on this side of the Rim. There is a train, suitably called the 'Indian Pacific' which winds its way in leisurely fashion across flat plains, past Broken Hill, where an Aboriginal by the name of Charlie Rasp came across one of the richest seams of silver, lead and zinc found anywhere in the world, through the Blue Mountains and into Sydney twenty-four and a half hours later.
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PALIN'S GUIDES

  • Series: Full Circle
  • Day: 138
  • Country/sea: Australia
  • Place: Sydney
  • Book page no: 195

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