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Well, that's it, 9 weeks of an amazing adventure comes to an end. 17 countries in 63 days. So much diversity, so much history, so much contrast, so much to see and so little time to see it in. The fast pace of Dubai, the meeting of family in Holland, the making of friends on the Cosmos bus tour, the history of Europe, the pomp and ceremony of England and the spectacular beauty of Norway. We travelled by plane, double decker bus, taxi, subway, ...
... i.e. 10+ years old), where we could get a feel for what the quality wines we’d bought might taste like after a few years of careful cellaring! We also visit a cheese 'factory’, and olive and chocolate shops, where we get to try a few samples (and where we’d have bought a few items were we not flying out to New Zealand in less than a week!) We return back to Cessnock with a few bottles of wine to savour before we leave the ...
... at the airport by Hannah and for a while it seemed we hardly knew where to begin: there was so much to catch up on as we hadn't seen Peter’s sister since the wedding! Fortunately we had an hour’s bus drive to Nelson Bay, where we were to spend the next two nights, and I was able to keep my travel-sickness at bay enough to be able to join in with the chatter as we filled each other in on the last six months.
The hectic schedule of the last few days was catching up ...
... for pruning. The good news is that the harvest is over and this years vintage is now on the go.
We stayed an extra day so we could go to the Maitland Caravan, Camping and Boating show. We were amazed at the size of the show and the amount of people there. Where did they all come from??? ...
... bushes and an eagles soars over us. Into the township, Mick and Bob to the pub. Helen and I walk the small Main Street taking photos of the murals. Back to the camp for tea and a quiet drink or two. A cool, clear night with corellas and sulphur crested cockatoos. Alas - Mick has no pj's. He didn't put them in and I put them in his cupboard at home. Helen and Bob have power issues and the fridge won't light on gas - out comes the generator. We have travelled 318 kms ...
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