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And now we're home.
I don't know about Lil Sis, but I tried to sleep on the flight from Brunei to Melbourne. Every time I felt myself falling into sleep, some part of my body resisted and I woke up again. I can't explain this any other way, just that my body was crying out for sleep, but wouldn't let itself tip over into sleep.
I can sleep on buses and in the car, but my body wouldn't sleep on the plane. It was weird. And very frustrating because I ...
... really well till we visited an antique shop where I acquired a very reasonably priced sugar shaker made in 1894. Oh I'm looking forward to visiting more antique shops! Had a whirl around Battery Point and a long walk around Constitution Dock. Fish and chips from the local for tea. We've discovered Banjo's. It's a glorified Brumby's but they sell great pies and pastries (my hips will never forgive me) and a good chai latte. We've been twice already and it's only day ...
... Eye Trevalla on Rocket Salad with beetroot dill almonds washed down with Dalrymple Pinot Noir and Frogmore Creek Riesling stimulated a degustation orgasm that will not be soon forgotten. Well...what a first day in Hobart...a scenic flight into the heartland of Tassie, a gorgeous meal complemented by the local vino and an apartment to die for. If I can maintain these standards over the coming days then the Hi Jinx is ...
... t like it she growled and she would vibrate if very happy! Disconcerting at first but good fun! I treated myself to lunch, overlooking the river. I had a lovely Vietnamese chicken noodle salad, washed down with a Moo Brew pale ale, made by the microbrewery attached to the museum. I chatted to a couple of people over lunch. Even if people didn't like things it created lots of talk and made you think and question things. After lunch I had a ...
... a while looking at the boats including the ferry to Maria Island. We were about to drive out when we spotted the Fish Van and when it made us feel quite peckish, we realised it was after 12 noon. A parking spot was waiting for us and we were soon sitting at a bench table in the sunshine waiting for our lunch: We decided to try their tackle box and their prawn and squid box, both had an assortment of different seafoods and were very reasonably priced at eleven ...
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