Mercure Resort Hunter Valley Gardens
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... was Robert's, a nice cup of tea and caught up with Rob, Chantelle and Ethan, droped off Cooper and Lilly, it is school holidays over here at the moment. Margaret than took us to the shed at Salamander Bay so we could pick up "Pedro" our 4WD Mitsibishi Pajero (Shugun in the UK). We were greeted with a 'Welcome home' sign, a large bag of Smiths crisps and a large Cadbury's chodolate which was very ...
... to break down there ), I thought it was a shame not to have seen a wild kangaroo before leaving Australia. We were looking for a place to have dinner and suddenly there they were, about 25 of them, grazing gently on the field along the road. They hardly looked at us. Clearly we were not a threat.
On February 21st, we headed back to Sydney, in the same hotel we had stayed. This time we had a high floor harbour view ...
... with a new baby (incredibly cute). Throughout the day there were live shows where you learn more about the animals and how the Zoo has helped them, we visited a Crocodile show with the Irwin family which was incredible. The zoo took up most of our day before we headed to Brisbane. Brisbane was the first major city we were visiting during our journey down the East Coast so we were looking forward to food choices, more people and city attractions. We reached Brisbane in the ...
... had suggested we do a walk to the top of Tomaree Head and with promises of the possibility of some wild koalas on the way there as well as great views, it didn’t take much for Pete and I to be convinced of the plan.
The walk started from Shoal Bay, roughly 4kms from where we were staying in Nelson Bay. We could have taken the bus but with the sun shining so brightly and the road being relatively easy to navigate, we decided to walk. It was a good decision: although the ...
... was one of these old codgers with no teeth and the usual pearls of wisdom to share with anyone who would listen. There were complaints about the council and the state of the roads to name but a few - thank goodness he didn't venture into politics.
Finally there!!! $50 lighter!
The restaurant looked lovely - elegant and simple with huge picture windows. Battery operated candles on the table, lots of cutlery and nice big glasses. We ...