While we were on Tamborine Mountain we visited the Botanic Gardens. Have you noticed how the name of Botanical Gardens has changed to Botanic Gardens? Check it out in your town and see which name is used. I wonder why? I'm guessing it has something to do with grammar (no not grandma) English grammar. Anyway, what the heck come and enjoy the Tamborine Mountain Botanic Gardens with us.
There are a variety of different gardens ranging from native to exotic.
We started with a the rainforest walk.
Bill's favourite plants are the Bromeliads so we visited that garden next.
Then we walked past the roses and into the Japanese Garden.
We strolled around for an hour or more visiting many more sections. Too many to show here.
The waitress was in costume. We arrived well after lunchtime and most patrons had left.
|The view from our table.|
|The view on our table.|
Bill had his favourite. I asked him for some help with this caption. I asked him to write down the name of the sausage in German. This is what he wrote:
German Sausage mit Sauerkraut und es was fan-bloody-tastic.
I had Kassler with Sauerkraut and mash. It was delicious too.
After this we didn't need a big dinner so we stopped by a store and bought some cheese, crackers and fruit and a bottle of wine for back at the B&B later that evening. (Life is tough---no, no, no we are very lucky)