The Peppertree Luxury Accommodation
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- Continental Breakfast
- Shuttle bus service
- Swimming pool
- Room service
- Free High-Speed Internet
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... see the glowworms. Neil turns off the torch, there are loads, on both sides of us, high and low. There is one area, where they are dotted amongst the foliage and it looks like Santas grotto (sorry, I couldn't help the reference to Christmas as it is only 2 months away!!). We try to take some photos, but none really show what it was really like. But it is a spectacle, we stay for a while, then venture back, but not before taking in the amazing night sky, we wish ...
... Then up nice and early for the ferry the following day.
After all that I got here fine and just waiting for Sam to come down and join me as she had to stay in the mount to work her notices at the jobs there. It's going well and just hope this job stays as fun as the first few days. I will try keep you guys updated and see ...
... city over pulling down historically important buildings rather than fixing them. On a positive note, the famous shipping container mall is AMAZING. It's a buzzing hive of activity in a fairly desolate city and shows what a difference a little creative thinking can make. I hope they keep it forever!
After a wonderful weekend with Lisi, Wayne and Poppy (the adorable) puppy it was time to set off for my next and last adventure - South Africa!!
... also poured several special wines that were not on the regular list. Again Warren was surprised at how much he liked the Pinot Gris and the dry Rieslings. We also enjoyed the Pinot Noir and Syrah.
Off to a good start, Allan wanted to take us to taste some reds at Fromm Winery. It was quite a surprise when for the first time down under we heard the sound of a wine cork being opened. Sharon was serving us in a tasting room much more rustic in than Framingham. ...
... the park which looked out over the sounds and stopped at a bar overlooking the water and this is where we stayed for the remainder of the afternoon sipping white wine and eating mussels. The Marlborough sounds are famous for their green lipped mussel farms so we thought what better place to try them out. They were huge – tai and my dad really enjoyed them but I preferred the clams that marion had ordered as the mussels were a little too big for ...