Hunter Country Lodge & Shakey Tables Restaurant
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... 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 : ...
... up with boxes that the Aussies had bought and again we were really jealous! We headed back through the region dropping everyone off and we were grateful to be last off! We contemplated cracking open a bottle of moscato Kirsty had bought but decided we were wined out! The wine had also left us fairly tired surprise surprise and it wasn't long before we were in bed. Fri 22nd Nov - Today we would be driving down to Sydney to meet up with Kirsty's friend Susie who we would ...
... 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 ...
... I was only on my feet for about 3 seconds and not very often) but shhhh. He told me that was good. But maybe he just said that so that I wouldn't body slam him again.... The next morning I decided to confront my fear.... Sharks. I went to the Shark & Ray Centre and after (a very small amount of in audible tears) I got in a tank with a sting ray the size of a small vehicle! Those things killed Steve Irwin you know! Yes, yes, I'm proud of myself. The sting ray 'Raspucia' was more ...
... and eggs. It was a good feed and much required to line our stomachs so we werent sick on the drive home.
Once the cars were loaded we farewelled the owner of the winery, Catherine, after filling her in on the wild night which occured earlier. Keys handed over and farewells had we were on the road and in good time as by this stage the rains ...