Wine Country Motor Inn
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I have just commenced my last week of paid employment, for a year. More and more of my colleagues are becoming aware that I am leaving soon; many of them have asked me "Are you getting excited?" Truth is, I am terrified. But I kind of love that. I cannot dwell comfortably in my comfort zone for too long. So, to get myself in the right state of mind for leaving it, I am searching though other blogs and ...
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, ...
... away. If only I could make money out of catching spiders. We’ve even seen it driving along the road at 100ks... hours of fun.
It was here we also had to fend off the devious possum that would go between us and some other neighboring campers continually.
On to nan’s place practically around the corner!
Larissa and Aaron
... 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 ...
... was nice to be able to stay out a little later than usual and not have to go to bed as soon as the sun sets! Thurs 21st Nov - We got up and had our breakfast before getting ready for our collection for the wine tour with James's Wine Tours. 09:30 arrived and we waited at the road where a minibus arrived and our tour was to be taken by James himself! He was an English expat who had originally owned a B&B in Broke before selling up and starting up his wine tours business. ...