Quality Hotel Colonial Launceston
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- Wheelchair accessibility
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... a movie in the planetarium about Charles Darwin and the theory of natural selection which was fascinating and then the resident astronomer took us on a tour of the night sky in Launceston. Science lessons done for the week, yay! AND we were the only people in there so we could ask heaps of questions! The rest of the museum had a section with lots of physics displays, a bit like Scitech and then we spent some time with the preserved animals, birds and beetles ...
... for a bit, had coffee and our lunch all the while watching some beautiful yellow tailed black cockatoos out of one side of Vincent and the beauty of the River Tamar out of the other window. Can't beat having lunch in Vincent that is for sure.
To look at the lighthouse involved a 10 minute stroll up a small hill, passing past the feeding trees of the yellow tailed black cockatoo. We must ...
... potato (1cm pieces) and cook for approx 1 minute stirring constantly. Mix in 2 cups of water and a bay leaf and season to taste. Bring to the boil reduce heat to low and cover and simmer for 5-10 minutes until the potatoes are almost cooked. Remove bay leaf. In a jug, blend 2 tablespoons of plain flour with a small amount of milk which is taken from 2 cups of milk and form ...
... our accommodation, but we are leaving a few nights up to chance. When I have done our (rough) weekly route I have included what stops we have booked. After a few interruptions (thanks Charlotte!) it is now 11:35pm and I'm still no closer to having everything packed! Fingers crossed for a relatively smooth morning so I can get packing then! EDITED: uploaded this morning after Internet ...
Glen woke at 5am and went out on the deck to catch the sunrise. I decided to get up too, fear of being late to get on my bike spurred me on, and Glen's texted photo of the sunrise helped.
We were soon called to our bikes on the vehicle decks, with roosters heard crowing from a nearby van. We were waiting a while so I decided to mount my GoPro camera on the bike. Half way through the mounting process bikes ...