All Seasons Country Lodge
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- Free High-Speed Internet
- Swimming pool
- Room service
- Wheelchair accessibility
- Free parking
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... power after being non powered for a few days. The next day we started off with a bit of exercise before heading down to the beautiful village of Bulahdelah and on the way we stopped off for some morning tea overlooking Wallace Lake just outside of Forster-Tuncurry (Lakes ...
... laboratory in the basement and creates an assortment of organic skin products under the company name of "Earth Sisters". The property is off the grid and runs on the sun and water collected off the property. Most of the people in the area store large amounts of water in massive water systerns in order to provide water during the dry times. The abundance of birds here is staggering. There are 3 Cocobarras that hang around and make the ...
... I felt famous So far Bill and the two kids have been really nice. Alison the farmers wife is also nice but quite particular and seemed a bit stand off ish the first few days. Luckily I earnt her respect by accepting an invitation to a gospel choir from her. I had visions of Sister Act and Whoopi Goldberg heading the choir....it wasn't quite what I expected!! It was at the local baptist church and was a touring childrens choir from Uganda raising awareness for their ...
The next day we started the leg to Taree. On the way out of Hawks Nest we had a look around a town it borders called Tea Gardens. There was nothing special there but when you go through a place with a name like that you have to stop and look through it don't you!
We drove straight through to Taree where we set up in another muddy campsite, had lunch, and then hit the road again driving to the coast to have a look around ...
... special but some more special than others. Indeed a small few were memorable because our experiences were downright awful. In many instances our greatest pleasure was in meeting the friendly and welcoming people, together with the euphoric bliss of finding ourselves in the desert starkness of some of the highest mountains in the world.
Our travels in both Pakistan and India ...