Punters Corner The Retreat
Travel Blogs from Coonawarra
So I didn't put up an entry last night, so I'll leave one now instead. Yesterday started a little earlier then Monday, so we had plenty of time to decide about breakfast. Meg reccomended the pancake palour, so away we headed, and oh yeah another great breakfast. Pancakes, bananas, pineapple, bacon and eggs, delish. After breakfast, we headed for a …
... an ill-feeling that partly persists to this day.
Part of the promised service of Coonawarra Discovery was the availability of a "Cheese Platter" during the tour. Before we arrived at Wynn's Lyndon rooted around in a cool box on his front passenger seat and threw a Tupperware box to us in the back seat. It had three compartments for cheese, olives and some diced cheese. Evidently, this was our cheese platter. But the cheese was very nice (like an ...
... was formed by water dripping through limestone rock. Animals (called megafauna because of their size) fell through holes in the surface and then died and fossilized in the cave. They were found by cavers in the 1890's. The tour was very informative and our guide clearly was passionate about her topic.
We are in the Coonwarra wine region so a winery tour was next ...
... the hell out of our plates, bowls and saucers drawer in the back.
We figured we'd head to the highest point for the sunset so we drove to the western end of the park and watched an awesome sunset surrounded by some fantastic wildlife. We hung around and savoured the moment - we laughed, we danced, we jumped around, we took lots of photos until the cameras were rendered useless by darkness. Too lazy to pull out the tripods, and too cold to ...
... br> Here we stayed for about a week and here I learnt my next lesson.
How come I was doing all this exercise and nothing but nothing shifted my weight. "Oh oh here we go again". I thought.
More research, more reading.
Answer (again for me) was sugar. Now some of what I was eating was this:
Dick Smith Bush Food cereal
Trim Milk just under half a glass
Fruit: Apple and Banana
By taking all of ...