Fiona's Bed and Breakfast - Launceston B&B
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- Continental Breakfast
- Free High-Speed Internet
- Free parking
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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 …
... body position on the bike (check - I know I prefer to stay on top rather than underneath the bike) and different body angles to suit the conditions (that's the area I need to work on).
Then it was onto the bikes and into the sunshine soaked long grassed paddocks where we broke into three groups (I stuck with Chris and Greg, they looked patient) and practiced slow riding, riding in smaller and smaller circles, ...
... been split in two and can be found to have numerous fisherman catching Groper in heavily polluted water. Next we walked over to a temple followed by Chinese buffet lunch with all sorts of delicacies. Hopped on the bus to visit the museum of ethinology where penny screamed at the local wildlife (rats). Sue admired the ex rated wood end sculptures. Then we were conned into visiting the 'family' where we were told we were expected. This turned out to be a ...
... a deserted island does have some disadvantages. One of them is packing. We have to take everything we need for 3 months over to Deal Island. Today we have endured the massive feat of starting the packing. Its like a giant game of tetris, trying to fit as much as you can in one box.
We will be travelling around Tasmania for 10 days before we go.
... Who knows where or when but I can guarantee there will be wine and we will try to source some trout sausage for you Duncan.
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Thank you Casso, Dunco, Rupo and the Abel Jazzman for introducing us to Motel World, we miss you x x x x
Thankfully with La Toya now smelling of flowers and not camembert we were back on the road and roughing it like real ...