Fountaindale Grand Manor
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... Aust. Sat down and had coffee and cake and parted with another $30 Aust. It's wonderful how Harrods have made it so quick and simple for people to part with their money - that's real customer service. Back onto the 74 to the hotel and it's time to do some washing again. Greg and Julie Anne spent the morning exploring around the hotel area and tackled Harrods in ...
Up at 6 today after a late night sorting our stuff back into 2 suitcases and putting everything on charge. Today we are off into Venice to see some glass blowing, visit one of the islands of Venice and explore the main island itself. First we boarded the coach, then boarded a ferry and went to the Venice Island of Mirano where we were given a glass blowing demonstration. The guy who did this was amazing, first making a decanter and the ...
... We be worked out that it's so much cheaper to eat lunch out than dinner, and takeaway is even cheaper. I had vegetable Thai green curry and rice with a drink for $11. It would probably cost that just for ingredients in Coles. We sat in a park outside of town and ate our yummy Thai, then headed up into the southern highlands. The scenery is different from the rest of NSW that we had seen. Isomers say it's a bit like parts of England, which I can see. We visited Robertson, home ...
... so we did not dally for long.
Arrived at the log cabins at 4.04pm. Can't think why it takes from 9.15am to 4pm to get places? Mind we do dally and stop all the time and there is lunch and all of that.
Our next accommodation is a 'log cabin' which isn't really a cabin more a semi detached log cabin. Everything is decidedly rustic and it is just fabulous. So clean. We reckon David (the owner) could teach the folks in the Snowy Mountains about cleanliness. ...
... t willing to try (except haggis & black pudding, that is. My stomach just did not need to meet those items...) And I may have chickened out of going through the Warrick Castle Dungeon Experience, but at least I gave it a go. I made it up a staircase and into the first room, at least!
I learned that I can be calm, even in chaos. In the packing and repacking, running and late-night washing sessions I still managed to have so much fun ...