Cumberland Motor Inn
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... for our Two Fat Blokes Hunter Gatherers Full Day Winery Tour. We could not have asked for a better day weather wise. The skies are
blue and the sun is shining. Expected top around 27. Fantastic! We were joined by 8 other fun loving people and had a beaut day.
The wineries visited were Mistletoe, De Luliis, Audrey Wilkinson, Gun Dog Estate and Tulloch.
We found the ...
... Living Social deal, of course!, for a two-night stay in the Hunter Valley at Bimbadeen Estates, included a breakfast hamper (thank god, no wine!) and stellar views over the mountains and vineyard-filled valley below. Our host, Ray, was a real character, came to Canada once in the early seventies looking for work in the Yukon which paid the huge sum of ...
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 ...
... 15 minutes, the street it is on is queen st which is pretty hipster vintagy type shops, so many tassels, they are my new favourite thing I've moved on from leather I think. Anyway back to the yoga studio for some aerial and then some reformer Pilates, nothing like going in all guns blazing after doing eff all pretty much for the last month, I'm worried about fitting into my b/maid dress :/ so first up I done aerial for ...
... thought out and each garden blended beautifully with the other. The highlight was the Storybook Garden where the kids were able to meet their favourite nursery rhyme characters and read the nursery rhymes in the books on display. It was a lovely way to spend the afternoon and the kids enjoyed being able to run around and burn off energy after so much time travelling.
The Hunter Valley had a lot to offer and is somewhere that we will make time to visit ...