Alpha Hotel Eastern Creek
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... had seen many wines, much laughter, a few tears, a lack of sleep and plenty of beers.
Sunday afternoon at the footy and a Tigers win would have been the perfect bookend to this hectic start of the trip alas though it was not to be with a loss making the trip home for a final pre departure roast being the silver lining.
Nearly had a good nights sleep until about 2am when some Melbourne survey company rang my mobile. Yes it is listed on the do not call register and yes, I did so very politely explain to the lovely lady on the other end of the phone that I am in Dublin and it is the middle of the night. Yeah right!!! After not being able to get back to sleep after our survey call, we were up and off to ...
... having an out of body experience where everything in the world seems wonderful. New smells, new sights, new rushes of adrenaline. You’re hooked. All you can think about is doing more things, meeting new people, seeing new places. Hopping on busses and buying plane tickets. Staying up all night planning the next big adventure. Traveling only really makes you want to travel more. But one day you have to be cut off. You’re cut off and you have to go back to ...
... 60mph, part of the floor was glass, and we were hanging in between two cliffs....I kept my eyes closed the whole time but I think James liked it!! We then got a train down the cliff, which was crazy steep, 52 degree incline, the steepest in the world! We sat in it and an English girl sat next to me. We could adjust our seat so it was leaning more forward - it was called cliffhanger.... At first it didn't look too steep, then all of a sudden it was like a ...
... then! On Tuesday we had a great tennis tournament on a rather hilly/holey tennis court... Varying quality but good fun :) We were picked up at 1pm to go on our wine tour around three vineyards. At the first we got a proper lesson on how to taste wine, matching food with wine to create flavour sensations (!) and facts about wine production, storage etc. The family owned vineyard had won lots of awards and produced ...