Blackheath Motor Inn
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Second layer, finger sandwiches - 2* smoked salmon with mascarpone cheese (so they said) which overshadowed the small amount of salmon, and cucumber with cream cheese and dill. There were two small bright green wraps with lamb and harissa in the middle. None of them had a pop of flavour for me and the bread was wholemeal which I like but the other person didn't.
Bottom layer - 4 scones - 2 * plain, 2 * fruit, a small pot ...
... from the Internet to the gallery to show the devastation.
When the Duke and Duchess came to the mountains, they visited some of the people in other area who had lost their homes. I think it brought a smile to many of them, going by TV.
Bob has been helping Peter do some odd jobs around the house, I think they're enjoying their time together. Quinn has been looking over Bobs shoulder too and they seem to be getting on well.
Last Christmas I bought ...
... came to get on the bus to central station with some great friends that I have met here in Australia. We arrived at central station and the attitude amongst the group was great, yes we were all tired, but everyone was ready for what was ahead. Once we settled down on the train, a few people fell asleep, but I was still too excited and enjoyed the views from the train. Two hours had gone by in a heart beat and I stepped off the train to see Ian’s smiling face.
... the mountains and this afternoon in Katoomba where we are staying the cloud was almost at street level. We are hoping it will pass overnight so we can get some views of the mountains in the morning. Our hotel is very well located just a few minutes walk from some of the main attractions and walks, which we look forward to exploring tomorrow. We spent most of this afternoon having a look round town and made ourselves quite comfortable in a nice cafe with a log fire. ...
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Most children have left the house already, which is why there was an open room for us to stay in. The couple were very relaxed, the children that were there very chatty. Our time in Blackheath was mainly spent by trekking in nature. On day one we hiked the Sir Henry Cliff Walk. On day two we also saw the more well known village of Katoomba and its rock formation called the Three Sisters (i.e. not the ones in ...