Fiona's Bed and Breakfast - Launceston B&B
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The day today was all about self congratulatory stuff, and being on holiday. We decided to relocate to Launceston before we realised you can't buy wine at the supermarket. Oh we'll maybe a lucky escape. We went to the Tamar Valley wetlands today on our way to Beaconsfield. This is a 4 km walk over a boardwalk out to the Tamar island. It is …
... set up the cave as a visitor attraction. It is now run by the National Parks people and it has been much improved since the earlier days, with access no longer requiring ropes! One of the caverns on show was initially discovered by an 8 year old girl and a lantern. She being small enough to fit through one of the tunnels. Brave girl, methinks. Anyway that tunnel is now much enlarged, lights have been installed and floors evened out. Then again there were occasions when ...
... or 30 slower than the instructors), stalling on a hill (I am a pro at stalling on any surface really), recovery from stalling on a hill (can manage that), turning your bike around on a hill (check - done that one before), riding over obstacles (such as drains, bumps and ruts, got that one covered) and riding up and down hills (ain't got that covered).
We were in our large group of 50 odd and we split into three groups to practice ...
... So happy with our clothes a number of us order more, naughty, naughty but oh so cheap. Then we were to meet Penny and Jenny at Red Bridge Cooking School however know we had thought it was the Japanese. Lost we text Penny to find out where we should be. Arriving hot and bothered we arrive a little late only to find out they also go lost. Chin welcomed us, gave us some much needed ...
Dinner was at The Royal Oak, a classic grungy pub that serves typical hearty pub style meals. The lack of sleep led to confusion and the creation of new hybrid meals; cow bacon & salmon shanks. It kept us amused throughout the evening at least. We demolished gargantuan servings & rolled out of the pub quite satisfied. My butt didn't really appreciate the lawn chairs though.
In bed early to be up early the following ...