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... up instead!) The visa stuff is sorted quickly and we use the extra time to grab some lunch and sort out a couple of things before heading out of town again.
The journey across to the Hunter is easy and fairly painless, taking us up through northern Sydney and almost to Newcastle. We’re staying in a town called Cessnock, which we assumed at first would be a tiny place but turns out to be pretty big, with all the usual ...
... eaten standing under a sheltered picnic bench in raincoats. Funny, nobody else was around! All the unsealed roads we took were in good condition with solid surfaces.
We visited a brewery and some of the wineries, and although we did some tastings, any temptation to buy was dampened by the cost of shipping to WA - up to $45 a case freight. Unfortunately some of the lovely wines we tasted were only available at the ...
... start of the race so they were in plenty of time to join in with some star jumps (according to Peter, these were performed very vigorously!).
Other than the warm up, the Parkrun was conducted in exactly the same way as in the UK, with Peter’s barcode working without a hitch to rank him as sixth out of near 100 runners. The weather was beautiful and after running in humidity that hadn’t dipped much below the 90s in SE Asia, the temperature was perfect. I hope you ...
... ahead. It soon started to spit and then rain and then absolutely lash it down. This was the wettest and most horrible conditions I have driven in on the trip so far and I took it very easy. The rain was torrential on and off all the way to Cessnock which is the main service town for the Hunter Valley. At Cessnock we went to Coles and then we went to find the Valley Vineyard Tourist Park where we had decided to spend the night. The park was nice ...
... who are 5 and 61/2 who were absolutely great when I met them and they asked me to come and live with them! This is going to be a completely new challenge and little boys are very different to little girls and normally a tad more violent. More bruises coming my way I think.
After the week I had last week I think I must have got stronger as there was only crying once and I was just completely overwhelmed with everything going on. But I'm moving on and I'm happy. So so happy.
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