Alanvale Apartments & Motor Inn
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... us. Then we went over to the other exit, just across the jetty, Platypus House. This had been generally slatted by Trip Advisor, but we found it oddly appealing. There were only 5 platypuses on display, 3 were quite young, and the other two are a potential breeding pair. The enclosures for each were quite large, and some attempt has been made to reproduce a natural envrimen, with real foliage, soil and den spaces. We had watched an interesting introductory film, ...
I took the advice of a man we bought cherry-flavoured ice creams from and ventured up the east coast rather than go to Launceston via Campbelltown. Bicheno's blowhole was better than the famous one at Eaglehawk Neck. The drive along the rugged coastline was worth the choice of route. At St. Helens, we bought fish 'n chips at the dock. Superb value. We drove on ...
... and the tears cracked a few times. The guys tried telling me it
would be fine but discussing the issue wasn't helping. They eventually dropped me at "kinder", a large acreage property in the town of Carrick where the two days of Level 1 training was being undertaken. At least I knew JB and Terry already.
The nerves settled slightly when I spotted Josie. Jake and I met Josie and her husband Chris at Christmas ...
... in the river with no adults about. We stopped to look at a home stay house which had lots of corn from hanging from the roof. We were taken to a swinging bridge and local museum where DI M was attacked by a beautiful puppy. We returned to Sapa and were taken to our Chau Long Hotel Sapa Hotel. Once settled in we all took our washing over the road to the local laundromat where we charged by the kilo (very cheap) to be picked at 8am the next morning. After a ...
... at the Motel where Tim asked Cass if she had designed the AJ sign, to which he was quickly advised that it is AT for the Abel Tasman. Opps. However from the faux pas the Abel Jazzman was born and forever in my mind the big Abel outside the motel will be playing a saxophone! We set off with our camp chairs and picnic blanket and set up a pitch at what proved to be one of the nicest most civilised festivals I have ever been to. We drank Tasmanian wine, ate amazing food ...