Peppers Manor House
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- Swimming pool
- Room service
- Business Services
- Free parking
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It has been hectic the last few weeks , getting house ready, retirement for us both. Now the packing, enough clothes for three months summer and winter. Did we forget something, are our boarding passes right, do we have all our tickets, is our budget ok. Oh well time to toughen up and suck it and see. Got our ride to Sydney tomorrow a night in hotel and fly out around 11am Monday Singapore here we come two night stop over. The adventure begins. John and ...
... this was a modern very westernised Arabic city, there are sing in English and Arabic everywhere. What we did notice immediately was the massive cultural difference in how women are treated. Even from the driver, who addressed Daniel when talking and would respond to my questions about the city via Daniel. Although the incident which reflected this difference the most was after we asked for a early awake up call yesterday evening, by the female hotel staff ...
... be of towns and streets. Much like the dad on the ad telling his son the great wall of China was to keep the rabbits out.
If you are going along the east coast and passing Tilba Tilba I highly recommend you go, It’s a ...
... we went for a morning walk up to a mountain lookout which was lovely. You could literally see so far in the distance with a nice view of the valley areas and farmlands and villages around, so picturesque! We came back for a brunch and then went down to the local beach- Seven Mile Beach! It was such a nice little beach with everyone surfing and some lovely houses overlooking the waters. Steve, Amy and Tom went body boarding but I stood at the ...
... and told us we had been right in the first place. We should have waited at that door for longer because guess what? Down the hill we went again!
The caves were amazing marble formations. Beautiful. There was a noticeable difference in temperature walking through the caves...perfect compared with the hot sun outside...there was a path with a bilateral rail all the way through. A few times required ducking under rocks and squeezing past but easy ...