Hideaways at Red Hill
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- Continental Breakfast
- Free High-Speed Internet
- Free parking
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... I thought was roasted butternut squash the other night was actually pumpkin and Australians seem to find it really strange that we don't eat it as it's a well used veg here. After eating it I'm gutted we only have it at Halloween because it's delicious. After dinner we sampled some amazing fudge and Matty and I made a deal as soon as we are home we are going back to the fudge shop in York! If you haven't been there go, the fudge is expensive but my god never in my life have a ...
... to the roof. After that it was back to log splitting, I picked up two logs which had bull ant nests inside, luckily there was petrol to hand so I managed to kill those, there must of been at least 30 ants in each nest! I moved on to another log, but was having trouble getting it positioned in to the right angle to split it so Grant came over to help me. I put the splitter on to the log and instantly bull ants were crawling everywhere. We tried to be quick to move the log but as ...
... all 24/7. With mention of the following moments - knife in pants whilst bathing in rivers, spear gun or baseball bat by his side at overnight stops.
Worst moments: Maddison breaking her tooth and Sarah burning her bottom.
Best things about being home:
Being closer to family
Not having to shower in thongs
Unlimited good water (and hot too)
On Monday we woke up and we watched TV. Then we played outside for a hour. After that we had lunch and watched a movie. Then we packed up ready to go home. Then we drove home we played inside and had dinner. Then we watched some TV and got ready for school which was tomorrow. Then we went to bed. Thank You For Reading ...
... came over to thank us for supporting the run, and plenty of people were there from Albert park, too. A lovely run, scenic even without sunshine, and there seemed to be a group of people who are very grateful to have a parkrun near them to save travelling-I certainly spoke to several who were glad it was there, had thought of setting one up or who had got involved as soon as it was. 9 Aussie parkruns in, a couple more to enjoy. Reading: Janet Evanovich, High ...