Macdonald Forest Hills Hotel & Resort
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... briefing which I thought was pretty funny, and obvious there had been accidents before. 'Don't stand too close to the fence with your back turned... yada yada yada.' Apparently they love bread, so we all got a few pieces of bread to feed to them and there was much screaming and squeals from all the girls who had never seen a cow before. There was a few baby hairy coos in the group which were still black in colour. They were pretty cute - looked a little more like a normal ...
... to the pouring rain and choppy water.
The thirteenth century Augustinian abbey and monastery were in ruins but well looked after. Small signs described the function of each room and we could almost imagine portly, brown-gowned monks queuing up at the cooking pot for their evening meal. Mary Queen of Scots was hidden on the island at age five after the battle of Pinkie. Incidentally, the island is the largest of three on the Lake ...
... was in a local pub and the cheeseburger was not quite up to the same standard as you get in good old Australia but thing shave improved from the dry bun and meat pattie of 31 years ago.
That night the challenge was on and we had a good laugh at sis as she struggled her way through a few rounds of charades. After some disappeared to bed the challenge was on head to head and being the techno geeks we are we set up a game of wheel of fortune on the ipad and I defeated grandly sis.
... good about it was the company.
In any event, we went back to the B&B for a few drinks and charades, and I must confess that I totally suck. My bro seems to be quite the star, either that or he cheats. The games continued with an iPad challenge of 'Wheel of Fortune' where the score between my bro and I was 1-1 when we retired for the night.
Then wheel of fortune on the ipads and we retired at 1-1
... about this for a moment before replying “No, I think he can but he (again to the other kid) says that he can’t.”
So at this point I assumed that the other kids was just trying to rile this one up and it was working so I reassured him. “In that case I’d say that yes, Doug can have a family.” “What about kids?” asked the boy. “Yeah kids too.” I added, and so the boy trotted off back to his tiny little table ...