The Sebel Kirkton Park Hunter Valley
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... fire and it's just nice and cozy. Mum made salad and mixed in Moroccan marinated chicken breasts for dinner. Emerald tomorrow, and we have a head start. Also we'll probably leave earlier than they do as well, so we may go up around Carnarvon Gorge a bit. For lunch I had a chocolate eclair which was alright, but not the best. Also we went through St. George today, and that was cool. I have really bad reception through here, so I haven't put much on ...
... had been sort of saved and there were still some general stores where you can buy tools, rubber shoes, underwear,..etc.
We also visited another local town called Kurri Kurri as it was said to be famous for its 50 painted walls. And that is all there was to see... We were done in less than an hour.
We then decided to see some of these vineyards : Linderman's, MacGuigan, Wyndham. The latter was impressive : ...
... day!). We walked to the CBD and had a look at an exhibit in the Art Gallery (good piece of art inside, a large egg on top of a nest outside). We had a look at the Civic Centre and he library then went to the Museum to look round (after we went through the Town Hall and Theatres). They had a very good display in the Museum on the Steel Industry that made Newcastle famous. There were some good interactive displays too that explained magnetism and motion. ...
... there was nothing but long faces amongst the locals watching in the camp kitchen next door. Half a game of rugby league is about as much as I can watch so we turned in for the night. Amazingly, the wind almost completely stopped by the time we pulled stumps.
Woke to a gorgeous crisp and still morning. Ayla quickly made friends with a tribe of kids who are all camping across the road (they of the flying awning). With their ...
... for us. Very thoughtful! So we bought another bottle of rosť to sit on their verandah, admire the view and look at the cottage. A beautiful semi end to the day.
We returned home and I retired to bed for a nap to be refreshed and ready for the evening.
Showered and dressed - Dave and I shared a glass of Pinot on the verandah like the good old days as I blogged and he played games. Yesterday Dave showed me how to tether my iPhone ...