Balmoral on York
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... it self around the city back streets. Anne decided to buy everyone some lovely bananas keep us going which we all promptly spat out. Next stop was to find the handbag shops including Raebeanco where the two Dis brought handbag Di B and sue returned to a shop to buy the same top and scarf with an agreement not to wear them to WISE dinners. Returned to hotel for dinner and wine and an early night for a 4.15 ...
Hi from pretty Northern Tasmania.
Since I left you in Hobart we've driven around the island quite a bit, enjoying the ride. We tried the ultra chic restaurant "Garagistes" and it was a taste sensation. Again in a very minimalist setting, pure black and sleek. We were served some creative fresh 'wow factor' food well worth the price tag. The tables were long shared style so another highlight was meeting some locals. I sat next to a big bloke who explained he works ...
... Before we realised it, it was time to check out and we were back on RMT (Ranky Mean Time, basically casual tardiness). So we took our free Shortbread and left ASAP. On our walk into town we stopped in a lovely market and walked up to Cataract Gorge which was fab, we were gutted we didn't pack our swimmers so we could swim in the gorge. It was also seriously hotin'ell. We should probably mention that our time in Tasmania has been unseasonably hot. Tasmania normally has weather ...
Sunny day,had breakfast at hotel.Went into town to City Park,a lovely area full of huge trees ,a massive conservatorium with ferns and orchids inside.Also in the park was an area set aside for monkeys ,macquaces.We then went to the automobile museum,very interesting.
After that we went on a boat trip around the Esk river and beginning of the ...
... headed off to find a cafe for a coffee and bite to eat. The free whirl wind tour was conducted by a very animated Louis Strange, a uni student who you tipped at the end depending upon how much you enjoyed the tour. Highly recommend starting with the free tour to get a good overview of the main sites and the local attractions. We started by looking at the new memorial in Green Park dedicated to the Bomber ...