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... ahem). We finished checking in, and went for a drive around the wineries in the area. We went to about 5 in all, and Dev had a lot of fun trying the wines (I was designated driver, but still had a small bit). We ended up buying 5 bottles of wine, and some mango liqueur from a distillery, where we were served by the most nervous man on earth! We also had some, and bought some nice smelly cheeses! Afterwords we decided ...
... in the hunter they say - very nice all round - but - the one we liked the best was the Hunter Valley Golf Club. It has it's own pool, micro brewery, happy hour, a lovely course and a grey feel - all reasonably priced at $65 win clouding a cart. The smokehouse was disappointing. Kurri Kurri very cute, lots of murals on the walls of the town buildings. We visited Maitland water works - ...
... institutions compete in the education market for the Indian Rupee. It is unfortunate that the rampant population growth can't be curtailed. Each year, it grows by more than the total of the entire Australian population.
vii) the English language is used very quaintly by the Indians. They have trouble in pronouncing the letter "w". So "vheat", "vot", "velcom" are common. Yet when wanting to use the word "very", it is pronounced "werry". Linguistic nightmare I would ...
... of the clan to take home for Christmas Day with my grandparents, my grandad of which is Scottish! Our tour finale was at a chocolatier and we sampled their chocolates knowing full well we couldn't buy any of them without them being a chocolatey mush by the time we got home! In fact, who out of the Aussies could even buy it? It would melt in an hour out here! We jumped into James' minibus having had a thoroughly great time. Who can't enjoy sampling free wine!? The front seat ...
... a wineries tour (including cheese, olive oil and chocolate tasting!) on Sunday. *by apartment I mean shoebox Friday We finally bid farewell to the scarves and the exercise balls today as next week we will have new equipment. It is amazing how tempting it is for children to want to bounce them like basketballs. Rania has however learnt a new life skill of juggling with scarves so if teaching doesn't work out she can always rely on a career in ...