Spicers Vineyards Estate
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- Continental Breakfast
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- Wireless internet connection in room (free)
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iii) the 2014 World Cup for football in Brazil. Australia qualified for this and had recently left the country at the time of publishing this book. In general terms, Australia was not seen as a threat ...
... 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 ...
... in County Mayo, sight of an apparition in 1879 seen by 15 local people, of Mary, Joseph and John the Evangelist with a cross, a lamb and angels. The town is a place of pilgrimage. The town's economy is centred around the proceeds of pilgrimage, many b&bs serve the people who come throughout the year to pray at the shrine which has been built in honour of the vision. We stayed at b & b at ...
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.
This morning we drove out to Yengo National Park hoping to see the Finchley Aboriginal Site and go for a hike. We drove down more narrow, twisty dirt roads through some incredible countryside. The maps were very ambiguous and even the GPS wasn't much help and we ended up on a narrow track through a gate which said it was a private road for the next km. So we decided to turn around and try a different route. We crossed a few rickety narrow wooden bridges over creeks, ...