The Sebel Kirkton Park Hunter Valley
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Hub was located in Singleton for a year and a half and during my visits, we would make the 20 minute drive down to the Hunter Valley 'WINE COUNTRY'. This place is breathtaking in all seasons. Spring and summer affords a fantastically GREEN and luscious valley of rolling vineyards. There are often jazz festivals held during the summer. When the …
... turns and suitcases slamming forward or crushing one of them as we went round a corner, we had to have a final readjustment and a grab of the rough guide to Australia, our only source of map. We were off to Hunter Valley! Initially it was like driving in a war zone, every man for themselves, and we thought the US was bad! But as we left the city that eased and we headed off to the wine region on the pacific highway. Needless to say hunger was kicking in and ...
... 8217;t for you this would definitely have been one miserable blog involving hungry, unwashed people sleeping in a broken van in a garage somewhere in the middle of nowhereville!!!
From memories of broken down cars as a child, to memories of our misspent youth in Cornwall to taking Bas on his daily walk, this really was a trip down Memory Lane. Thanks Adam, Rachael, Dawn, Athena & Bas for having us!!
Onwards to the bright lights and the big city of ...
... start of the race so they were in plenty of time to join in with some star jumps (according to Peter, these were performed very vigorously!).
Other than the warm up, the Parkrun was conducted in exactly the same way as in the UK, with Peter’s barcode working without a hitch to rank him as sixth out of near 100 runners. The weather was beautiful and after running in humidity that hadn’t dipped much below the 90s in SE Asia, the temperature was perfect. I hope you ...
We awoke to the sound of the birds and had our usual coffee in bed before opting for a shower and actually getting dressed for our last breakfast.
We packed and did a quick tidy and dishes.
Pete and Dave packed the cars - wine in the back of course! Jess and I got breakfast ready. Only 4 rashers of bacon, 6 eggs, Jess's special bread and a tomato left so we cooked it all up and enjoyed the outdoor terrace for the last time.