Quality Inn The Willows
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... on the kind of adventure we have always dreamed of. Ironically, like many in our position, after our big adventure we still won't have caught up with our kids', already extensive, travel exploits! So the journey begins from our lounge room in Kincumber NSW to Turkey, England and then into the blue beyond (hopefully not Titanic style) cruising the UK, Iceland , North and South America, Easter Islands, Tahitian, Samoa, NZ and much much ...
We spent a week in Sydney and it was nice to stay in one place for a while. Our drive from Goulburn to Sydney was not long in terms of kilometres but city driving is certainly a lot more stressful than country driving. We left Goulburn after our superb breakfast at Trappers Bakery and took the Hume Highway towards Sydney. We took the option of exploring a bit of the Southern Highlands on the way with the beautiful towns of Moss Vale, Bowra and Mittagong. Only an hour or ...
... you choose the part of Australaia you want and read the different advertisments and then contact them via email or telphone to discuss availibility and express a wish to come and work for them. The advertisment for the one I was going to read like this:
"A small village community on 300 remote acres in the Wattagan mountains, 45mins from Gosford. We work to create a space that is healing and tranquil and hold regular reconnection circles, drum making and sweat lodges ...
... got given a flyer to fill out for a raffle to win 6 bottles of wine, we had about a 1 in 40 chance of winning so we thought we'd try our luck.
The next tasting we went to was at McGuigan's which was a more well known winery. We really enjoyed this tasting as there was a bit more to see and we all got to sit around long tables with our own spittoon! The wines were lovely and we decided to buy a bottle of their Black Label Red as we enjoyed it so much. By now ...
... Manly and doing a little shopping, we hopped back on the ferry back to the city. We're eating pizza in our hostel hallway because this is the only place that gets wifi, but we couldn't be more content. Sydney has been so amazing, and as sad as we are to leave, we can't wait to see what Red Rock has in store for us! We went to the harbour to watch the sunset too ...