Carriages Boutique Hotel & Vineyard
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Today Lindesay went to the caravan and camping show without me, he saw lots of lovely caravans, and more things to do to the car or caravan, all in all he enjoyed it very much. I decided not to go as I have had a massive gout attack in my right ankle, thought having it in ...
... 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 ...
... we think is very rare here as they seems to be a preference for building new rather than preserving the past. Its a city where there is a feeling something is going to happen, its got all the infrastructure, history and facilities to be a really lively place in the future, its somewhere where you could live and have a good city life.
We were told to head up to Port Stephens where there was good 4wd beaches and worth the visit, and ...
I've been needing to write an update, and while this weekend may not have been filled with a big event, it was pretty awesome. :] *Saturday* The only downside was that Fin left saturday morning around 9:30AM. I've mentioned a couple of times that he's going to England to study abroad for a semester. Unfortunately for all of us at Bar Beach, that means that we lose an awesome part of the family we've built in the short time we've been here. But I'm happy for ...
... 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 ...