Country Club Tasmania
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... the mornay sauce which is a new one. Fabulous as always but definitely curry is the better option for this little pie eater :-). Meal of the Stay - Hearty Chowder - Heat 2 Tablespoons of oil in a large saucepan and on a medium heat sauté 2 rashers of rindless bacon, 2 stalks celery, 1 carrot and one onion (all finely chopped) until the onion is soft. Add a large peeled ...
... aquaintance that Jake knew, and JB again.
Being JB's first visit to Australia and with half a day to kill, a visit to Trowunna Wildlife Park was planned. He saw Tassie devils, quolls, wedge-tailed eagles, Cape Barren geese, wombats, a boobook owl, a tawny frogmouth, cockatoos, kookaburras and he chased a kangaroo trying to get his perfect photograph.
After a bakery lunch it was a stop off ...
... cook, egg white raw and yolk very soft served with a toast sandwich spread with something sweet etc. what a disappointment, couldn't have been worse. Next was a walk to lion ?? Where we all brought an ice cream or iced juice to give us some substanance before catching the ferry around the bay around the marina. On return we headed for marina bay shopping area and ...
... br> We couldn't really do anything about it now as they didn't have an alternate vehicle so we kicked on and monitored the cracks progress. We'll see what they try and charge us when dropping off the vehicle in Hobart.
On the road again but this time we were heading into the Tamar Region, wine region. We headed north along the western bank of the river sampling a few of the local wines along the way finally turning around ...
... lot in the talk. Also visited the Trowunna wildlife reserve. Cuddled a baby wombat and saw lots of tassie devils . The guy who gave us a tour , only two of us there at the time, told us that they live for five years as do quolls but echidnas live a lot longer...up to 50! He fed the devils a dead kangaroo. Before giving it to them, they take out the guts but leave in liver and heart. But, as they are Carnivors, they have to feed them some whole dead animals as that is how they get ...