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After arriving at the airport late last night, we went to our hotel to get some rest before our big day. Today we went on a tour of the Valley and its food region. We were picked up at 9:30 and drove straight to a couple of wineries and learnt about how wine is made, then we stopped at another winery and had lunch. After lunch we were lucking enough to go to the stinky cheese shop! We arrived at the perfect time because we could see the cheese being made in ...
Once again, we would like to thank Owen and Takako for an excellent trip and holiday. It was a non-stop blast of a trip and worth every last cent.
We were on the move most of the time. The only way to have a "free day" or "free afternoon" as they do in the more commercial tours, is to miss a trip somewhere. We couldn't really do that. Luckily, despite all we were eating and snacking on in between meals, we didn't gain any weight at all. We had some really ...
... media (eg Twitter, Facebook etc). Do these still exist today ?
iii) the 2014 World Cup for football in Brazil. Australia qualified for this and had recently left the country at the time of publishing this book. In general terms, Australia was not seen as a threat ...
... born and raised there so she's super tame. She came right up next to us, so we bent down and pet her little head. So so soft, and such LONG eyelashes! Adorable. We saw them bouncing when it was feeding time and that was amazing. The emus were beautiful in an ugly kind of way and we could've pet one but they're gigantic and don't look very friendly so we just let them walk by. From there we went on to the tasting portion of the day. We stopped at ...
... the first pickup and we were thankful that the others didn't have to see where we were staying as we sensed this would be a tour with real wine enthusiasts who probably weren't staying in a tent in a town park! We drove around the Hunter Valley region making several pickups and most of the group for the day were Aussies except for one other English couple who were from Bedford. We set off for our first winery with James giving us some information about the region. He told us ...