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... More good news, no ambulance was required this week, a great feat with so many riders. And a hearty applause for the eight female riders. The food was good but the 20th anniversary merchandise was a little light on, not so good for Jake but great for our wallets!
The biggest round of applause for the night went to a well deserved team at Maschine for organizing the Safari. Cheers guys, thanks for giving me a pannier full of fantastic ...
... eat with cocktails, no cockroaches, rodents. After 4 tries we finally found a nice little restaurant called Michelle's where some had icy cold beer others had liqueur coffee with Kailua and baileys. Penny, DI B and Sue had the best spring rolls ever, Anne had banana pancakes with the tiniest dollop of cream, DI M had large serving of bruchette topped with tomatoes and garlic while Jenny waited and waited for her fried rice. All totally satisfied we went back to our ...
Wednesday was our last day in Tasmania, and I was happy that I had seen everything that we had wanted to in Tasmania. First we drove into the town centre of Launceston. Again we couldn't help comparing it to Britain and Adam pointed out how ...
... programmed to take us to all the big things in Australia and Tassie had an awesome selection for us to find.
Our route to Launceston took us to the giant coffee pot in Deloraine, which was actually a fuel storage container for some haulage company down a back lane to nowhere and a huge set of cricket stumps to celebrate some famous cricketer who was from Westbury. Both were very exciting, and just made us more aware how sad our lives have become that finding a ...
... entire tree. Some of these trees have been here in the 1600s! As they grow, these gum trees continue to lose their branches, which sometimes leaves scars on the bark of the trunk. Often the lowest branches on these tall trees are about half way up or higher and the trees can be close to 300 feet tall! They were amazing to walk among.
We were told of the possibility of seeing wallabies and platypuses on this walk, but unfortunately we didn't see either of ...
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