Peppers Manor House
Travel Blogs from Sutton Forest
Supposed to be leaving today. We were meant to be on the road long before this but we have both been so sick. Thought it better to wait till we were well and could enjoy ourselves. So it's Sunday today and woke up feeling a bit better. Footy on at home and we are working the canteen. Well, finally on the road at 6am. Why that early only Lessie knows. Said so we would miss the traffic. Turned out he was right. Really good run up over the ...
... 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 ...
... 500 sheet roll of Sorbent attached to the wall. These would be replenished daily, presumably by the same person who would clean the facility. No problem! But now these penny-pinching bean counters have created and spread the myth that huge savings are to be madeby having jumbo sized "toilet tissue" dispensers in every cubicle. I used to ponder the meaning of the word "gossamer". I think it was used back in my infant school days to describe ...
... be welcomed by Sarah and Tom at the train station the other end! We went out to Jervis Bay that evening, it was a lovely beach but was covered in purple seaweed following all the storms they'd had! We went to the pub for dinner and sat outside in what we later discovered was 8degrees so quite chilly! But it was buzzing with people everywhere as because of Easter weekend they put in a fireworks display at the beach which was really cool :) On ...
... 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 ...
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- Swimming pool
- Room service
- Business Services
- Free parking