字幕表 動画を再生する 英語字幕をプリント Hi guys! So, it's the Easter Long Weekend and today is Good Friday. We decided to... ...escape the city for the weekend and we've come out to the Souther Highlands. So, we're kinda near Kangaroo Valley in New South Wales which is about 2.5 hours from Sydney. So, we're here for 4 days, 3 nights and we're at a place called Eco Olive Farmstay. So, it's a house that's in the rural area of New South Wales and it's basically a farm. And we get to stay here and we get to feed the animals and they also have an olive farm, that's why they call it Eco Olive. And so we get to pick our own olives later as well. We don't know what we're going to do, we're probably gonna do some hiking, or we're gonna do a bit of exploring. So, I'll show you guys what we get up to. Eco Olive Farmstay is an 80 acre property nestled between the Southern Tablelands and Southern Highlands. This area is in the rural region of New South Wales famous for it's historical country towns as well as cool temperate climate. As it was a public holiday long weekend, we were very fortunate to come across this farmstay on the Stayz website. The house contains 3 bedrooms and can accommodate up to 10 people. It's been a while since I've shared a bunk! We have our own little campfire area. So, if the weather's nice tonight, we're going to set up a bonfire. If you look out here, the view, is amazing. Oh, and over here, this is where we're staying. In this house right there. This was our first time staying on a farm and it was such a nice relaxing experience, for both the little one and the young at heart. As well as the big kid. It was so calming watching the sheep playing in the fields, wandering through the beautiful gardens and trying to understand the behaviour of cows. Waiting for us to move back because they want to cross. They're a bit worried Look! They're going now. Look, they're all going now. It's okay guys. We also saw one of the most beautiful sunsets. And of course, we ended the night with a campfire under the stars. It's 6am in the morning now. We're just out here trying to catch the sunrise. But, I don't think we're gonna have any luck cos look at all this fog. Look, we can still see the moon though. On our second day on the farm, we decided to head down to the nearby town of Goulburn. Where we had lunch, at this local cafe. Food was decent, but to be honest, service wasn't great and I even found plastic in my food. But, let's not go there. We spent the rest of the day just lazing about and enjoying the peace and quiet of nature. We ended the night with this amazing roast dinner that our friends prepared. On our third day, we woke up nice and early to join the host of the farmstay to feed the animals. We even got to collect some freshly laid eggs. Hi! It was so much fun riding on the back of the ute out to the paddocks to feed the cows, the sheep and the alpacas. If you like animals like we do, you will have so much fun. Have you ever been this close to an alpaca? The animals are so friendly that even the little ones will have a blast. After a little bit of a break we headed out in the afternoon to the olive grove to pick some olives. There are roughly 1400 olive trees on the farm that are available for harvest during April and May. The olives need to be cured with salt before eating. So we took plenty home to remember our time on the farm. Wandering Winny Thanks for watching guys, don't forget to like and subscribe and for more travel and food inspiration. Find me on Instagram, Facebook, Twitter and don't forget to check out my blog. If you would to help keep this channel going, don't forget to check out my Patreon page as well. See you in the next video.