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Walked across the car park to the 99 restaurant which had a great menu with reasonable prices. I had macadamia encrusted chicken with asparagus and rice, Wes a steak with carrots and baked potato. French fries and coleslaw were not the first options.
After dinner, walked across the road to the shopping centre to buy yoghurt from Big Y. It is a big supermarket which will have what we want for our lunch supplies tomorrow. It has long opening hours 7am to 11pm