The Executive Inn
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... and then set off to 'Coles' to grab some bits for a BBQ. Yum.
Friday 19th December
Today we decided to take the coastal walks past different beaches and end up having a swim in some 'ocean baths' that had been especially built to make it safer to swim. We got the bus to the main station and with the help of a friendly passerby managed to find our way to the beach. There was an olympic sized 'bath' that people were using and a much shallower one for ...
I came to Newcastle on a 12 hour stopover between Sydney and Byron Bay with a plan to explore the infamous harbour and waterfronts. Unfortunately exploring the town only takes a few hours and then there is not much else to do unless you've got a car to get out of town or have prearranged a tour. While pretty I am rather disappointed with the area. I head to the movies and catch A Most ...
... 4 waking hours, before I leave again. I'm considering it simply another stop over in my big adventure. A stop over that just happens to be back in my own city, meaning I get to sleep in my own bed for one more night! Then, up at 4am, ready to leave for another flight to Sydney.
What would one do without one's Dad?! (...stayed in Newcastle for two months maybe??)
So here I am: trip to Sydney number one. I wish I could say the trip ...
... enough. We decided to make a dinner while we can get most of everyone together. Riss’s mum and dad came up for uncle Rod’s 50th so it was great to see them because we hadn’t in 6 weeks. Unfortunately they missed out on the roast dinner!
Roast Pork loin
1 x 1.2 kg Pork loin
Serves about 12 people with maybe still a bit left over for lunch the next day
1/3 cup Pistachios, roughly chopped
... We had afternoon tea, Spanish style with tapas and sangria. The sun came out so it was just stunning. The location is lovely for weddings, anniversaries and many special occasions. After lunch we drove to Audrey Wilkinson, a small privately owned vineyard which has stunning 360 degree views of the rolling countryside. We then stopped off at the Smelly Cheese shop for some "smelly cheese". Quick stop on the way back, at Dan Murphy's to replace ...