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... very well cared for. Sheep everywhere, much to Louisa’s amusement (loved the lambs springing about) We got an excellent tour, stopped by the lake, saw the swans and were very blessed to see what we saw.
The fences were in immaculate condition & obviously not overgrazed.
452 km today.
10199 km in total.
Not so friendly here, arms sore from waving with no reward!!!!
... don't mean just your standard honey flavored honey, they had more flavors of honey then I can recall, but off the top of my head they had: chocolate honey, hazelnut honey, cinnamon honey, peppermint honey, ginger honey, and way more. We all did a taste test of the honey wine - some of it was surprisingly good, while some of it wasn't my favorite. After the honey wine taste test, they have all their flavors of honey you can try as well, so naturally I tried ...
... People's Bay after 4pm. No-one was there - not even in the Visitor's Centre. When we pulled into the car park we spotted a quokka scurrying around.
We quickly headed headed for the beach and came across a lovely bbq area before arriving at the beach. The view was magnificent. Tide was coming in so we couldn't venture out too far. Glad we made it out here - the extra distance was well worth it.
... having already cast our votes in the NSW state election online (not sure why everyone cannot do it that way?) we ventured back down to Tourist Rocks to see if the salmon or bonito (small type of tuna) were on the bite. On arrival I looked down onto one of the lower rocks and could have sworn that Aero was already down there…I even had to check with Wendy that he was still in the car. It was in fact his ‘stunt ...
... of their military history. Both countries had a higher casualty rate in WW I than did their “Mother” country, Great Britain. From what I understand, they both still resent Great Britain for using them as cannon fodder. What has always been interesting to me is that these wars were, with the exception of WW II, not their fight. That is especially true of Vietnam and Korea. If you remember, I commented on a ...