Peppers Convent, Hunter Valley
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... the wineries, which for £75 a night incl breakie, could not be grumbled at. After a quick unloading we heard a low grumble coming up the drive, to which Hayley shouted "it's here!" And so with a final application of the factor 55, we went out to meet Debbie our tour guide for the next three hours. After a few obligatory pre-tour photos, posing with the Cadillac we headed off for the afternoon, first stop Ballabourneen. The car was stunning ...
... it would have bent in the hard ground. Di fixed us all some lunch and we settled in planning to have a quiet afternoon watching the grand final and enjoying the view. One of the locals was good enough to come past in a fish truck selling wonderful looking prawns and sea food so we snaffled up some to avoid even having to leave home.
Much like a couple of days ago, the temperature rose close to 30 degrees and then, from seemingly out of ...
... rather tired. But task accomplished and we reflected on a most fantastical weekend. How fortunate we are to have such a wonderful daughter and son-in-law who actually want to spend time with us!!! We are indeed truly blessed!!! What a wonderful, fantastical weekend with the prospect of many dinners accompanied by our beautiful wines to keep the memory of this weekend alive for a very long time to come!
Thank you so very, very much Jess and ...
... In our travels we visited a large shopping mall just outside of Newcastle. It is huge. Three levels. each about the size of Capitol Mall.
One of the problems with waiting three days to write is that some of our adventures are beginning to run together. We’ve just been so busy trying to see as much of Australia as we can. Our hosts have been very gracious and provided us with great experiences.
Yesterday John took us to view ...
... access to the beaches, healthy food and good weather! Next, Liz took me to Oakvale Farm. It's a local run farm aimed at children. However I loved it! There were piglets, goats and ducks roaming around. We were able to feed them milk and pat them. There were multicoloured 'chooks' and rabbits. I had a go at milking Daisy the cow and was able to stroke a koala! The koalas were so cute. They sleep for 20 hours a day and the eucalyptus makes them so drousy which means they are ...
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TravelPod Member ReviewsPeppers Convent, Hunter Valley Pokolbin
Peppers Convent neared perfection as accommodation. The rooms were beautifully apportioned and decorated, as were the communal areas. Breakfast was splendidly generous and varied and the staff were all tremendously helpful and friendly. The slight downside was the wi-fi which refused to work and the minimal number of television channels available in the room, but these are minor complaints about an overall excellent experience.
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