For our honeymoon we decided to goto New South Wales and stay at Collits Inn. Even though Gai had been there before she had
never stayed there and as the inn bore her family name we thought it would be a good place to go. Attached to the inn is a
restaurant that has won many awards, so we knew that we would not have to go far for tea at night. The weather was nice during
the day and even though it was only late March it was getting cool at night. Not exactly the 'style' of accomodation that
I have normally been used to, but it was an experience. Several years later the inn changed hands and you now no longer
have the opportunity to stay there as it is now a private residence.
The back drop to the Inn is Mount York and as you can see in the photos the roof line of the Inn closely resembles
that of the Mountian.
We also visited the Blue Mountains, rode the Zig Zag Railway and visited the cemetery where Gai's mother's ashes were as
she had never been there. It was a race against time searching the cemetery in fading light looking for her headstone,
but find it we did.