Splinters Guest House
- Swimming pool
- Free parking
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... domain with a 7km private road leading to the main entrance. Once inside, of course there is the tasting room, the cafe, and there is also a one hour walking path to follow and visit part of the domain. We tried some of the wines there. Unfortunately, even the good ones at 35 AU$ a bottle were not to our taste.
As the day was coming to an end and after the drive through the bush ( the real deal. You don't want ...
... what better way to decide than to try them again! I settled on my favourite, which was actually the cheaper of the two! I always thought I had expensive taste! After picking up the wines we set off on our way to experience the delights that Sydney had in store! One of my first things that I added to our list of things to do and see when researching Australia had been to tour the Hunter Valley and it had not disappointed! The only disappointment was that we could not bring back more! G x x x ...
... by turning on the personal hot spot on my iPhone, so this has now become part of our family's "in language" - turning on my personal hot spot!!!!! Creating shared family history and culture is such fun.
Finally everyone emerged from their various activities to ready themselves for the evening and our taxi arrived to ferry us off to Restaurant Botanica set in the Spicers Vineyard Estate.
It seemed an interminable journey and the ...
... were stinging nettle stings and ant bites. The friendliest animal of all though had to be the family's very affectionate kelpie cross, Mylo Most mornings we got up early, at sunrise, to weed sections the forests in silence before breakfast. It felt like something you might do at a buddhist camp. Along with the gardening, beekeeping and building, I learnt to roof a house, something I never thought I would be capable of. Bryan had an interesting attitude, he had some ...