Terrigal Pacific Coastal Retreat
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- Refrigerator in room
- Outdoor pool
- Swimming pool
- Microwave in room
- Non-smoking rooms
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This is a total experiment ....I suspect I will totally stuff it up but at least I am trying and who knows it may be successful.
this is a travel blog , I don't know where the title of " Mary's great adventure " came from the iPad made that up not me . But still I will go with it .
... the day! I'm also in charge of all the grocery shopping and cooking dinner Mon-Thursday which is proving to be a little stressful. Cooking for people you don't know is a little hard, especially when there aren't any guidelines except 3 veggies per meal, fish once a week and only fresh ingredients. I thought I would enjoy this part but the kids like to eat pretty plain which rules out a lot of the run recipes I would normally like to try. I'm getting the hang of it though! Monday ...
... had quite a lot of wine and i think everyone was feeling the effects as we piled back onto the bus for the 4th wine tasting on the list which was The Hunter Valley Gardens Village. We got a wine and chocolate tasting at the Garden Cellars where the paired up different flavoured chocolate with the wines which was quite interesting. This included some lime chocolate with a white wine, some raspberry chocolate with some red wine and some chilli chocolate at the ...
... more designer outlets, plus some little coffee shops. It was designed by an English Architect, John Spencer and opened in April 1892. The Queen Victoria Buildings and The Strand were a great place to shop as we didn't want to spend all day lost amongst the high rise buildings of Sydney, although we did stop off at the Lindt Chocolate Café in Martin Place. We then caught the free number 555 shuttle bus opposite The Strand Arcade down to ...
... and socially unaccepted in their culture which in turn affects their whole quality of life. Most of the women being operated on will come out of surgery having had a hysterectomy and a repair of the lining inside. Even though our team is only there for a short time, it's amazing to see the impact and change in these women's lives and to see their smiling faces. It is also about working with the Nepali medical staff to treat and educate these women. As much as ...