Thistle Hill Guest House
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... 3 whites, 7 reds, a liqueur red and sparkling blush... Absolutely lovely. We enjoyed a tasting of various oils and vinegars after the wine, and before deciding to purchase our spoils. We then headed onwards, wind in our hair, to Ernest Hill an award winning family run vineyard and wine makers. The owners, a couple in their late sixties, have been running it since 1999, and transformed it from a state of disrepair to the current prize winning state. Again ...
... left evidence on the jacket for the rest of the trip.
Lunch in Gloucester at the bakery famous for its vanilla slices.
Next stop Dungog for the usual fix of coffee and treats. Nice little place .
Great riding conditions today and roads were very good.
Finally on our way! Relaxing time in Emirates lounge, much nicer than out with the ordinary people! Uncomfortable on flight to Dubai, fighting nausea. Vomiting by the time we got off the plane, running to find a toilet. However the couple of hours waiting for the flight to Dublin helped recovery and I was feeling quite well by the time we ...
... really lovely and very tempting to do more that sip and swill but knowing that we were having a full day of it, I resisted! Lots of water was on hand too. The labels were really cute - wheels and a scooter. If we bought a case we got a free TShirt. - very tempting!! So of course we did.
I took lots of photos much to everyone's amusement and we told our host I was doing a travel blog - he was very interested and wanted to know how he could read it but I told him I ...
... reported and quite common occurence are very similar to an attack by a black backed Kawungawunga (and I have it on good authority that none other than Winston Churchill, Lord Byron and that dude from Abba who didn't have the beard all suffered a similar event). The result of this was that I became familiar on a first name basis with an Opthalmologist who told me that I had an ulcerated cornea. Let me advise you that ulcerating your cornea is ...