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 ...
... to go via Roma, but after some local knowledge, decided to take the direct route. A good road, narrow, had to pull over for trucks and cars. Almost hit a few kangaroos along the road. Some were too close for our liking. Mitchell is call the 'gateway to the outback'. So we finally made it to outback QLD! Pulled into Mitchell, a nice little caravan park. Went for a ...
... we were here James recommended going to the winery and trying their award winning moscato. We trotted down and got persuaded into trying a few cheeky reds and whites too! Why not, eh!? Next up we were taken to our final winery, which was a Scottish owned winery called Capercaillie. Here a really friendly young Aussie girl took us through their wines and they had a really nice red called 'the clan'. It was really great and as Kirsty was buying some wine here I decided to buy ...
... a wineries tour (including cheese, olive oil and chocolate tasting!) on Sunday. *by apartment I mean shoebox Friday We finally bid farewell to the scarves and the exercise balls today as next week we will have new equipment. It is amazing how tempting it is for children to want to bounce them like basketballs. Rania has however learnt a new life skill of juggling with scarves so if teaching doesn't work out she can always rely on a career in ...