Peppers Guest House, Hunter Valley
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- Tennis Court
- Meeting rooms/conference facilities
- Drycleaning onsite
- Swimming pool
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iv) the Rolling Stones tour cancelled. The Rolling Stones had arrived in Australia only to experience the sudden death of Mick Jagger's girlfriend. The tour was to be rescheduled.
v) Indian Elections - a major event that we were able to experience first ...
After a three hour flight from New Zealand to Sydney, we picked up our rental car ( what a rip off, avoid redspot at all costs ! ) and off went towards Hunter valley. Unfortunately, by that time it was peak hour and we had to cross town. Not fun. We arrived at the hotel way after Australian dinner time so we only had a drink with some olives. To be honest we were so tired we didn't mind that much.
Hunter valley is one of ...
... which is enough.
Whilst in France I wondered how many English speaking French people see the irony in the French for swimming pool, which is Piscine, pronounced pisseen, some thing that English speaking kids are taught not to do as soon as they can swim.
Apologies to Sophie, Stephane & Robin for that line of amusement but there you are, the vagaries of language!!
Dave & Lona.
... it. Just had to buy it for Jo for Christmas and in memory of our fabulous meal we shared to celebrate her birthday earlier this year in Paris.
After this we had a quick pit stop at one of those chutney, dukkah style places and then on to lunch. We went to Harrigans on the recommendation of Bob Stewart, the General Manager of Tumut Shire Council, Really nice bistro pub style food. I had the "Sapper". Not sure about the spelling ...
... I'm over here. He picked me up from the airport and drove us back to Wyong. We were going to be staying with a family friend, Mandy, who owns a farm out in the nearby valley called Yarramalong. She has been a friend of my uncle's for years, and my Dad also knew her when he lived out here in Australia many years ago. I had never met her before, but she was so kind to let me come and stay with her while I visited my uncle. On our way to the farm we stopped by ...