Mercure Resort Hunter Valley Gardens
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... masala), and very regionalised food styles and the ever present, "non-veg v veg". The use of breads (roti, naan, chapati, papadams etc) is an art form along with the rice adornments. A typical Indian meal has many taste sensations mainly in small portions.
True to our committed manner, we only skipped a few meals with non Indian food. In the end I feel we mastered the complexities well and collectively were able to remain (mostly) healthy. Even Slim (Tony) was able ...
... we had successfully located the subway and set ourselves up nicely for a day of drinking. We headed two hours up the coast and in to the valleys, Tom sweating at the thought of having to use a Rough Guide map instead of a sat nav (not to mention the Rough Guide was 6 years old!). But needless to day just as Guns managed to navigate us out through the one way system and out of Sydney without any map at all, we also managed to follow the big green road signs ...
... had no problems sending us to our spot. We again scored a 'premium’ site which is on a hill, next to the camp kitchen with lovely views out over Lake Macquarie. Premium probably means well used though as there was more of the ubiquitous crusher dust gravel than grass – to Mitchell’s delight and our dispair.
Nevertheless we completed our full set up – all, thankfully, but the kids tent as the little tent pegs that we ...
... the journey through to the Hume Highway was reminiscent of our journeys on freeways in the UK!!! Mad traffic and bumper to bumper. Several hours later it was lovely to hit the Hume.
We stopped at Pheasants Nest for a quick sandwich and then I took over the next leg of our journey, stopping at Jugiong. We arrived at about 3:30 to find friends from Tumut, Annie and Peter Linnegar sitting outside having just finished a late lunch. We ...
... In our travels we visited a large shopping mall just outside of Newcastle. It is huge. Three levels. each about the size of Capitol Mall.
One of the problems with waiting three days to write is that some of our adventures are beginning to run together. We’ve just been so busy trying to see as much of Australia as we can. Our hosts have been very gracious and provided us with great experiences.
Yesterday John took us to view ...