Cypress Lakes Resort By Oaks Hotels & Resorts
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A big day visiting wineries and golf courses. Petersons winery - our first stop, will be hard to beat - once again a very knowledgable, friendly and helpful guy- probably the wine maker - led us through a tasting of their Sangiovese and Tempranillo - fantastic - so at $38 it will be Tony birthday present��. Briars ridge, ex Robsons …
... ahem). We finished checking in, and went for a drive around the wineries in the area. We went to about 5 in all, and Dev had a lot of fun trying the wines (I was designated driver, but still had a small bit). We ended up buying 5 bottles of wine, and some mango liqueur from a distillery, where we were served by the most nervous man on earth! We also had some, and bought some nice smelly cheeses! Afterwords we decided ...
... in 1913 a pretty brick built church with lovely stain glass windows and a beautiful wooden roof shaped like the hull of a ship, about 30 people attending the service. Was an Anglian service reading the creeds etc. and a good sermon about the remembering of Gods Message. It was nice to have tea and cake afterwards and meet the locals. Very pleasant and inspiring morning. Back to the camp ...
... expresso) and nibblies - cheese, crackers and shortbread cookies. We sat on the veranda and watched the kangaroos for about one hour. A couple of juveniles started boxing as we were leaving. Pretty entertaining to watch. A little one was practicing hopping about. We said goodbye to Lynn with a hug. And drove out past the Roos spotting one mama with her little one in her pouch! Amazing. There was a short rain shower while we were outside, then ...
... is shut apart from 2 bars. Neither does food...apparently 8.45 is too late? I console myself with a Victoria Bitter lager, which appears to be in a 2/3 pint glass. Quite a good volume for a beer I reckon! So far I have had sweets and beer for tea...probably not enough! I'm seriously pleased I bought those noodles. It's time to bring the billy can into action! I have it on loan from my dad, who carried it whilst walking from John O'Groats to Lands End about 40 years ...