Carriages Boutique Hotel & Vineyard
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... and the brown Place of Interest signs to the Vineyards perfectly successfully, only stopping in Cessnock at the information centre because we wanted to find a Woolworths (Australia's version of Waitrose). After a brief discussion of what we needed, we headed off to buy steak, kebabs, prawns, sausages and various salads and breads for a BBQ. After a successful shopping spree we headed to Buffs at Pokolbin, a set of luxury self catering lodges set in the ...
... with a new baby (incredibly cute). Throughout the day there were live shows where you learn more about the animals and how the Zoo has helped them, we visited a Crocodile show with the Irwin family which was incredible. The zoo took up most of our day before we headed to Brisbane. Brisbane was the first major city we were visiting during our journey down the East Coast so we were looking forward to food choices, more people and city attractions. We reached Brisbane in the ...
... had suggested we do a walk to the top of Tomaree Head and with promises of the possibility of some wild koalas on the way there as well as great views, it didn’t take much for Pete and I to be convinced of the plan.
The walk started from Shoal Bay, roughly 4kms from where we were staying in Nelson Bay. We could have taken the bus but with the sun shining so brightly and the road being relatively easy to navigate, we decided to walk. It was a good decision: although the ...
... for coffee and then off once more - only another 45 minutes to home!!!
The traffic by this time had really thinned out so driving was much more pleasant.
Finally home!! Millicent has had a wonderful time digging up the driveway and the cat was desperate to go outside. Millicent had laid two eggs! Thank you Millicent.
And then for the task of unpacking, washing and loading up the wine cooler! It all took some time as we ...
... out?" (like it's only ever me that does it, and no-one else could ever possibly have a go at writing one themselves). "Well", says I, "it was last week or something wasn't it."
"No", says my darling wife, "it was six months ago. When are you gonna pull your finger out and....." To be honest I kind of tuned out around this bit so I can't carry on the rest of the conversation but you get the picture.
January was the hottest month on record ...