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  • There was this trip once that I went with my aunt and her family and we thought that the trip was truly awesome and we definitely have some great moments together exploring and discovering Kangaroo Valley
  • I noticed that locals in Kangaroo Valley appeared to be kind of reserved and quiet and if you must know, they are like that but when asked, they appeared to be friendly
  • There were lots of nice rooms and I love the fact that one of the room had an en-suite bathroom
  • We had free complimentary breakfast and it was delicious as well
  • The locals there were reserved too but they wouldn't avoid a question

    • by missy
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      In New South Wales, I have been to a nice area called Kangaroo Valley. There was this trip once that I went with my aunt and her family and we thought that the trip was truly awesome and we definitely have some great moments together exploring and discovering Kangaroo Valley. For those who have no idea of where New South Wales is, it is in Australia. Set in some coastal highland area and quite deep in New South Wales.

      For a deeper understanding, Kangaroo Valley is near to Moss Vale Road and Kangaroo Valley is actually a lush dairy farming region, which was set in the 1800s. I did not have an idea what it was all about in the beginning and you just have to put


      your shy away and talk to some of the locals there. I noticed that locals in Kangaroo Valley appeared to be kind of reserved and quiet and if you must know, they are like that but when asked, they appeared to be friendly. I thought that was queer too. So, for this location, I noticed that there were lots of old buildings donning the area and my aunt’s family and I managed to explore the numerous cafes and restaurants. We did not stay in the same place to eat for more than once but the taste were all somewhat different but tasty nevertheless. The experiences eating in Kangaroo Valley varied and there were some nice and not so nice encounters. There was this particular ...

      • cafe that I felt truly scared since the people there all reminded me of the movie in a haunted murderous sort of community pub stlye, if you get what I mean.

        Coming back to the area, we then looked for a nice place to stay and was recommended to this particular place called Woodbyne. This is actually a timber villa and it has a very nice scenery and calming feeling. There were lots of nice rooms and I love the fact that one of the room had an en-suite bathroom. It is a very nice place and my room happened to have a view of the garden which was lovely. We had free complimentary breakfast and it was delicious as well. I noticed that the inn

        or villa is not convenient enough to bring kids along as it gives a bored feeling altogether.

        Besides staying in the villa, my aunt’s family and I explored the town of Berry. The locals call it the Town of Trees and there were lots of 19th century type of heritage and architecture around. While we were there, we visited a local history museum and another great round of craft and gift shops. I love everything about this part of the town and that there were lots of attractive and old buildings that were still good looking. The locals there were reserved too but they wouldn’t avoid a question. So, fancy in going to Kangaroo Valley? I find it quite alright and git this a 7.




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