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... has dragged out this Easter Holiday for four whole days and I have yet to see a functioning church.
Ahead: a delicious-looking Italian restaurant, and it's open! I go inside, and get a table for one. I look at the menu. I must be at Alinea in Chicago because the prices are astronomical. $19 for a Cesar salad? I try to pretend that I am an important food critic to offset the fact that I am dining alone at 4 pm on Easter Monday at a ...
... Our shuttle picked us up from the sanctuary and took us to the Museum of New and Old Art (MONA). This was our first dose of "culture". It looks like a single story building from the outside, but inside it is three stories underground built into the cliffs of the Berriedale peninsula. All the walls are the actual rock from the cliffs - this may have been my favourite part, it looked so cool. Just as the name eludes to, there was a lot old dusty stuff then more contemporary art as ...
... br> We stopped about 1/2 way up the steps in the shade and had our picnic lunch. Then continued along a bush track all the way back to the Cascades. Of course we did stop and have a good gander at an echidna that was having a feast on the nearby ant mound.
By the time we high tailed it out of our parking lot it was nearly 2pm. Down to Sorell for the night via the Midland Highway. Another beautiful day in Tassi. ...
... the largest tree ferns I have ever seen with all the vegetation enclosing you feeling as if a dinosaur would meet you around the corner. A quick stop at The Cheese Shop in the middle of nowhere or should I say an area of large-scale dairying was interesting but perhaps not so much as the pub standing in the middle of nowhere - The Pub in the Pasture, established in 1900 and only a little changed since. The pub was complete with a beer drinking pig. We'd spotted an ...
... down, some drivers pulled over to the side of the road. At New Norfolk, we stopped at a chemist to get me some cold medication for me. I had bought some on the way into MONA but it didn't seem to do much. It was a natural product and I needed strong drugs. Home for a nap, dinner and early bed for me. Peter walked over to the sunset bench in the field across from the chalet to get some sunset ...