Carriages Boutique Hotel & Vineyard
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... QLD border, it was only about 15-20 minutes until we reached our destination, Nindigully Pub. This pub is 140 years old, give or take. It was also featured in a movie. Because it was so late when we got here, we had to get a room, because we couldn't exactly set up in the dark. We went over to where everyone was camped for a bit, and now we're in bed. Going to Injune tomorrow, which is a much shorter ...
... 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 ...
... used in World War 2. The fort had 2 large guns that were fired every year on various events (Australia Day etc) which were used only once. The city was attacked by a lone Japanese Submarine n the 6th June 1942 and were fired back 4 times in retaliation before the Sub moved away. There were no casualties but they seemed to make a big deal out of it at the Fort. We looked round the Museum then headed to Newcastle Beach were we stayed for a few ...
... did manage to get a coffee and some nibbles at the Smelly Café but the sense we got is that the area mostly caters to Sydney yuppies.
With a target of tasting at four wineries we made a start, first at Adina (very nice Semillon) then at Gartelmann (lovely people and they even had a toy corner for the kids!! – but struggled to find much to like). By this time lunch was due and Sir James began complaining so we headed off in search of a ...
... 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 ...