Overnight Reflections

Address: 113 Fishing Point Road, Fishing Point, Lake Macquarie, Greater Newcastle, Hunter Valley, New South Wales, 2283, Australia | B&B
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    Over the Java Sea to Singapore.

    A travel blog entry by wheretobooboo on Jun 14, 2015

    1 comment

    I am sure we have flown over here before; well we must have, this is not the first time we've stopped over in Singapore - though maybe it was a different time of day, or the weather was rubbish or something. But today, looking out the window has been like discovering a new world. We have flown over volcanos, green crater lakes with mist ( or is that smoke? ) rising over them, rice paddies, sand-fringed islands, hillside villages, and blue blue blue, ...

    Day 9 - Hunter Valley Wine Tour

    A travel blog entry by travelingdame on Apr 25, 2015

    1 comment, 36 photos

    ... English family (Mom, Dad, 10 & 8 yr old delightful boys - moved here 4 months ago from Denmark; and his Mom visiting from England). Our first stop of the day was the Australian Reptile Park and it was every bit as good as the park in Ballarat. Spacious & lots of kids play areas. We were greeted with coffee and traditional Australian Anzac cookies and lamington cake, both very tasty. The best part...we had the company of a 12 month old baby Koala and a ...

    A couple weeks turned to a couple months in Manly!

    A travel blog entry by hayleym on Apr 14, 2015

    28 photos

    Wow I so wish I carried on blogging whilst living in Manly because what a crazy time it was. So where I last left it, I had just arrived and started working behind reception - that lasted about 4 days! I hated it, I couldn't be bothered learning everything that was needed for that position with it being unpaid. By the time I had decided to tell them I quit that position (4 days! How ridiculous) I'd come up with a plan to suggest to them that I could take on the role of 'cleaning ...


    A travel blog entry by charli9988 on Apr 07, 2015

    26 photos

    ... the dog) with him. Spike is now 14 years old. Matty and his family lost touch with David and just presumed that Spike would have passed away over the past 11 years. After David found Debbie (Matty's mum) just before Christmas and then finding out Spike was still alive and here in Oz, obviously Gosford was a must in our trip. David was working but told us to head over and let ourselves in and introduce ourselves to the dogs. David has two dogs, Spike and Dusty. Dusty we ...


    A travel blog entry by ruthweeden on Dec 30, 2014

    3 photos

    ... cool us down. From here we walked back to Scott Street passing lots of old unusual houses, we also gain across the Grain Store which is a bar restaurant and I think it's has the most draught beers in Australia. So we had a drink! I went into the supermarket next door to buy some dinner as we were to tired to go out, on the way home we got a bottle of wine. Dinner, shower, film, day done. New Year's Eve ...