Cedar Creek Cottages & Wine
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- Continental Breakfast
- Adjoining Rooms
- Wheelchair accessibility
- Free parking
- Kids activities or Babysitting
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Into car to leave chilly Goulburn, but at last some sunshine. We traveled as far as Moss Vale where we turned off the Hume Highway to go across to the Princes Highway on the coast. This meant venturing down the Illawarra Highway, a very windy, steep road of approx 10 km. Some hairpin turns so tight that a truck in front of us couldn't make it around in one go, he had to backup & try again!
This was because ...
Today we stopped at the Australia Kangaroo petting Park where we had an opportunity to meet some kangaroos in a domesticated setting. Quite astonishing. They are a very calm animal who move slowly and seem to be at peace. I guess once you have been fed you feel like laying down. We also ...
I headed out to the hunter valley with a great group of girls from the hostel for some more wine tasting/ ladies day. It has become a nice past time for me here in Australia. Starting out at 8am wasn't much fun although by 10 we had visited our first destination of the jungle juice! It was delicious like a mixture between sherry and port yummy. Out of the blue as well there was a British colonial festival going on so we got chatting to a few guardsmen who told us of how ...
Pretty impressive view from the guest bathroom.
But enough of the view... today was mainly a day for table tennis.
I started by practising my serve while Duncan got a bit of work done. The table tennis room is pretty professional looking... a thing on wheels with 150 balls... three pairs of table tennis shoes under the bench, scoreboard, special spray for the soles ...
... about 'conventional society', he was convinced our education system and the division of labour in our economy has created a mindset bestowed with illusions of limitations. He had an 'anything is possible', 'you CAN do it' attitude, the type we usually encourage in children. It was quite infectious and made me think there are so mainy little things I'd resigned on not being able to achieve that I've accepted that as normal limitations. We are leaving tomorrow ...