Clarion Hotel City Park Grand
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... awful and returned. Headed off to the Stanley market to seek some bargains dodging the short bursts of heavy rain. All haunted the linen shops and came out with very similar if not the same clothes, just good taste and style. We all followed Tour guide Di B to Exchange Square to catch the double decker bus back bus depot so we could catch the ferry over to Kowloon where we walked around Harbour city shopping centre. Starving hungry ...
... the island come in to set up shop to sell their wares. It's mostly all high quality, hand grown or crafted items loving care. The only thing I bought was some natural bamboo fibre socks. I got them at a discount since the woman knew Shazza. Very small world down here..
For the drive up to Launceston we made a stop to try the local oysters which were highly recommended. I'm not even a fan, but they were scrumptious. We got a mixed dozen with 2 natural, ...
... up to a giant maze! It was a-maze-ing! Two qualified teachers, one masters and two BSc's didn't help and the woman had to come and rescue us as we were still lost after 25minutes. After a game of giant connect 4 we drove to the airport via Woolworths to get some cheesy cobs and Hommous for dinner. All the wishful thinking did not pay off with the Cadburys chocolate that we bought in Hobart as it had melted in the boot of the car. Oops. Take two on the souvenirs for people back ...
Sunny day but a brisk wind.Went back to Touchwood cafe for breakfast.Yummy food.Then went up to the Nut.Pam,Eileen,robyn and Peter went up the chair lift to the top of the nut.Wonderful views.Returned to the shops and bought a few momentos then onto Burnie.From there to ...
... but happy and proud of the amount we had packed into the day on very little sleep. After a shower we spoke to Hannah via Skype. Mike must have found the conversation very boring as he promptly fell a sleep at 5pm without dinner. Hannah and I caught up with our news and planned our next few days while mike gently snored away. Finally fell asleep at 6.30pm until we woke up at 5.30 the next day, refreshed and ...