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... acid to be therefore drunk young rather than stored. Several wineries added fortified wines - either whites or tawnies rather than referred to as Ports. These were fortified with brandy brought in from elsewhere. Draytons had a few bizarre drinks such as Dr Jurds Jungle Juice (used as an elephant repellant, which was reminiscent of Buckfast tonic wine). In a day from 10.30-5 we had visited five wineries and tasted about 50 wines/drinks with short interludes for ...
... frustration. Sharing a small, hot space can be challenging for the best of friends and partying together is very different from sharing the mundane, organising and planning. Emma and I know each other's idiosyncrasies and have long since mutually adapted. Julia threw in some disorganisation, and mud. She was also genuine, accommodating of us and fun. We've made another travel friend for life and wish her all the best. We'll see her again, probably not in a camper van. We donated ...
... there, plus as it had rained it would have been dangerous. Some go down via the cable car.
After lunch at the visitors centre we went in search of more lookouts. One was fenced off as there had recently been a bush fire.
We drove home via Botany Bay which is a port, near the airport.
... when we walked up to the light house we managed to take a wrong path and we couldn't face a huge sand dune ahead of us so the 3 of us ventured through some bushes and scrambled up some rocks... This involved giving each other footers up and dragging the last person up which was normally Charlotte!... Reminded us of "hands and knees, hands and knees" when we used to scramble as kids in Wales..... Brought back some funny memories.... Thought you ...
The Blue Mountains lie a two hour train journey away from Sydney. They are named after the slate-coloured haze blanketing the area, caused by a fine mist of oil emanating from the eucalyptus plants which cover the landscape. The place is spectacular: just a short walk from our hostel in Katoomba we were able to pick up the Prince Henry Cliff Walk and wind our way through the bush, past a cascading waterfall and out to Echo Point. It boasts an amazing ...