The Highdown Hotel & Restaurant
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Invited our family to lunch for Bobby's 70th birthday,
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So today I packed up my car, said my goodbyes and headed home to the Mothership for a few days prior to flying off on Saturday. It's been a day of mixed emotions; sad to say farewell, nervous about the whole trip and also bloody excited at the thought of what lays ahead, some tears and lots and lots of rain.
It's all getting very real now.
We went to the first of 3 dinners organised by said Mothership, today's was at Auntie Tina and Uncle Jeff's, Tina cooked an awesome ...
... I did had than a little chat with my restaurant manager which wasn't to easy especially I kept loosing my voice. Anyway it was an absolut amazing time I had over the last two days.
Thanks for the opportunity to visit a vinyard like this.
... br> Caught up with my dear friend Carol Rainton and her gorgeous daughter Kayley and sat and laughed and spoke of the good old times in the USA and the UK with many tears and laughter by all.
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