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... restaurant. I even go as far to whip out my phone's "notes" app and sporadically pretend as though I am commenting on the ambiance, the service, and the food. It seems to work, as I get some free tap water.
I find a bottle shop because I cannot fathom having one drink and trying to drive back across the Bridge of Death. I have one beer and fall asleep at 7:00 pm. That's what all adventure-seeking independent women do, right?
... your way up the floors. I didn't entirely understand most of it, but luckily we were given iPhones at the beginning of the exhibit and when you pressed the ⭕️ button it gave you literally any detail you could ever want on the pieces that were closest to you. Too much information in my opinion, I would have preferred the coles notes, but I did enjoy the concept. Technology. MONA is on the ground of the Moorilla Winery, so it would almost be offensive if we left and ...
At two o'clock we went to a free performance at the Theatre Royal.
Zac and Tom came for a sleepover with me tonight. We watched Wind in the Willows and had fish and chips for tea. Nanna made chicken for Tom and me, but then I decided I do like fish when it is in ...
... in St Helens and enjoyed a long-awaited and excellent curry topped off with a wee dram in a tribute to Burns (we'd tried to buy haggis earlier but were met with blank stares so a curry sufficed). Monday 26 January Australia Day We paused on our journey from St Helens to Launceston in e small dairy/ex tin-mining community of Derby. This was great fun as we happened upon a cafe putting on live music and a 2 dollar sausage sizzle (sausage, onions and slice of bread rather than ...
Today we decided to go to Mount Field, a nearby national park. Frank suggested that we take the jeep and instead of going down the hill as we leave this place, turn right and continue up the hill. We basically went over the hill. When we arrived at the park, after driving through a new area including farms of hops we went on a short hike to Russell Falls. This was through a rain forest with huge ferns and gigantic trees. The falls were quite spectacular even ...
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