Glenella Guest House
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... does really feel like home! We had a wonderful "welcome home" from our lovely farm friends which was a nice feeling and helps a little with the don't want the trip to end feelings. Megan was particularly excited to see her favourite wrangler Hannah, it was lovely to see Hannah's surprised look when she saw us and then their never ending hug! We helped out with the horses, just as if we'd never been ...
... from somewhere and make baby chicks with their partner! The kids who were watching
were being given a lesson on the birds and bees by their parents! The penguins didn’t mind who watched – exhibitionists! They can waddle anywhere
from a beach front residence up to 2 kilometres in the hills to their burrows where
their young wait for them to bring dinner home, so we were able to walk back up
the boardwalks alongside them. This took
... From thereon we took the train to Wentworth Falls, walked in Darwin's paths on the Darwin trail, and finally were at the top of the Wentworth Falls. Pretty spectacular, just that you could not really see the falls from our track, but had to go up another...hmpf. So we were at the top of the falls (see photos), but did not have a nice view of them as such.
... incline to the valley floor, an elevated walk through the rainforest and a scenic skyway cable car floating out across the valley. The cost for the short rides is $35 per adult. We are staying at Palais Royale...a royal palace it is not but has charm and is very clean. It is so hot here today. Apparently Sydney people escape ...
... Railway. All 3 rides were inclusive of the price. We then took a walk along the Scenic Walkway beneath the canopy of this temperate rainforest to the base of the Scenic Railway where we rode up on world's steepest railway. We then made a visit to the Waradah Aborigiinal Cultural Centre and witnessed some Aboriginal dance and didgeridoo performances, each with a brief explanation of the stories that accompany each dance. After a leisurely walk around ...