Would you visit a wine country if you do not drink any alcohol? Our travel agency though so. That’s why we visited Hunter Valley–Australia’s oldest and best known wine region with over 150 great wineries.
Even we do not drink wine, our travel agency still recommended us to visit Hunter Valley for an afternoon delight. We were not quite sure what that would imply because our activities so far were outdoor, and extremely adventure which required physical exertion, such as hiking, trekking, and biking. After two weeks in Australia, we already emptied two boxes of muscle pain relief gel.
We arrived at Hunter Valley Resort around 4pm, which was too late for a complementary wine tour, but too early for dinner. Even the weather was too warm, we still explored the area by walk and took some photos. When it’s dinner time, we walked into the resort’s restaurant. We were stunned by how many different wines being served. We had a quick dinner, walked back to our bungalow, and called it a day. The most exiting thing for us was to observe Kangaroos from our bungalow–it’s our afternoon delight.
To be continued…