Carriages Boutique Hotel & Vineyard
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- Continental Breakfast
- Free High-Speed Internet
- Swimming pool
- Free parking
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... deposits yielding about 2.5%. We were all waiting for rates to increase to what we "oldies" know as normal levels. I can remember interest rates being upwards of 17% back just a few years ago. These current rates were the lowest in the past 55 years in Australia. ...
... It was a great way to see our last Australian sunset and the flying foxes. These are large bats flying towards the botanical gardens by the thousands every night. They are not welcomed and there has been several attempts to stop them but from what we could see, none of them had been successful so far.
We are leaving Australia on February 22nd and fly over to Thailand, our (almost) second home.
What an adventure ...
... and decent rainfall. As a result the countryside is green and lush with fruit plantations rather than sheep and cattle country I would see in NSW. Some of the tiny villages were stunning with streets lined with Victorian buildings and things looked neat, tidy and clean. All of this was enhanced by a warm sea breeze and the ocean never far away. After 3 hours we pulled into Casino, NSW [population 9,400] situated ...
... to some Hungerford Hill bubbles to celebrate Dave's birthday - a nice touch. Then they gave us a complementary pork thing for us carnivores and a velvety to die for chestnut soup with caramelised cumquat for Jess. Rather envious!
We settled on entrees and mains leaving our options open for dessert. Bread arrived. The sourdough and ciabatta is made in house and we were told that the sour dough is made using a mother which is 150 years ...
... herself from laughing, I knew I had to say something. I replied that her course seemed really interesting (it was the best I could think of on the spot). I thought at that point we were past that conversation topic and Kellie and I would have an opportunity to leave the room to go find a place for dinner, but the lady then made a comment that she had a lot of homework to do (we didn't want to know what that entailed) and then she joked that she was going to check under her bed for ...