Heritage Lodge & Spa
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- Continental Breakfast
- Meeting rooms/conference facilities
- Swimming pool
- Non-smoking rooms
- Refrigerator in room
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Travel Blogs from Diwan
... four flavours were mango, raspberry, coconut and wattleseed - and they were DIVINE. As we were about to leave, Jeremy and Ollie finally arrived - unbelievably they'd had to wait three hours for the return ferry. But they were happy they had made the trip - Ollie had caught his barramundi (all on his own) and had also learnt how to cast his rod himself. Together we drove to a place called Cape Kimberley which was stunning, with rainforest and palm trees ...
... after a hand shake I said " how did you know that" big smiles all round I had my 70 today badge on that Oscar and Loise had given me in England and I Promised to wear it. Home for a snack then we chilled out by the pool where I had two more swims it was perfect chill out. I had booked a table at a very good Seafood Restaurant by the river side. We were not disappointed and had a cracking meal. Dot and I cleared a bowl Full of prawns and then ...
A sleep in for both of us today with Michelle going for her walk at 7:30 and me getting out of bed at 9. Before heading off up Mount Lewis we had to do the washing. So after pancakes for breakfast we headed up the mountain.
It had changed a lot since we had been here last. We did not recognise the carpark or the track as they were so overgrown. We finally made a start up the walking track when we ...
... everything was closed; thus, we sat down at our dinner at Zinc a little early. I had the barramundi (a native Australia fish) with sweet potatoes. Most of us started with the mushroom and blue cheese soup. Everything was delicious. After dinner, we flagged down the local shuttle in the middle of the road (not a system that would work in Chicago) to head back to our hotel It doesn’t feel like it, but scuba takes a lot of energy and we were all ...
... a baby pineapple that was growing, it really was very small and it had taken it 2 years to get that big. Must take ages for them to grow to full size, it’s like a long-term fruit to grow. Surprised they don’t cost more.
It was pitch black in the rainforest. When all the torches were off there was no light at all.
First thing we saw was a sleeping lizard. It was very relaxed in a tree with it’s legs hanging down. Though the guide said it had chosen ...