Carriages Boutique Hotel & Vineyard
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... Marg and Barry. We drove around to see them at "Lower Heaven" to say a quick hello, before making our way to Margaret and Simon's. Simon cooked us a lovely tea and we were very very tired, a big couple of days. I think Mr Brown was pleased to see Russ, he gave him a very long sniff and looked up at him as if to say "where the hell have you been, that was a bloody long walk".
Love from Sue and Russ.
... 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 chilled out before devouring a Nando's meal (we both have seriously craved Nandos). The next morning we explored the city which was huge and quite similar to London in that it had a river with several bridges you could walk over, department stores, several galleries and museums, parks and was extremely cosmopolitan. We decided to visit the Brisbane Museum and Art Gallery which is definitely a must see - full of interesting exhibits and in a beautiful space. Most of the ...
... was a little chilly to tempt me to do more than dip a finger in but the sun was warm and the coats we had brought along 'just-in-case’ were soon stowed away at the bottom of the rucksack. In fact, by the time we reached the start of the Tomaree Head walk, I had decided even my t-shirt was too warm, so, improvised by wrapping my scarf around my chest instead!
After a short break for some sustenance (gingerbread men courtesy of Pete and Hannah’s morning shop!), ...
... 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 ...