Comfort Inn Coach House
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... paste. Blend this into the pan along with the rest of the milk and stir in constantly until the sauce boils and thickens. Add 300g drained tinned corn kennels, 250g of green peeled deveined prawns and 250g of smoked cod which has been skinned and chopped. Season further to taste and cook for 5 minutes. Top with some chopped parsley and serve as always with some buttered crunchy ...
... for the boys.
The elves tightened my chain and we found the Jailhouse Grill for a not so light dinner!
Later that night another Safari participant who seems to like a beer or 3 spilt his beverage down my jeans and my Dunlop volleys. I gave up socializing and retired for the night to wash my jeans and shoes before heading to bed. I need to be all spritely tomorrow for day one of my rider training course.
Penny started the day with a swim while the rest of us had a lazy morning. After breakfast Penny and Jenny went across the road for pampering, manicure and pedicure and nails, Penny had emerald green nails. Di M, Di B, Ann and Sue caught the taxi into town. First stop was the shoe shop for another shoe fitting, however they were still not right. The ever so helpful staff, sent the back ...
... with gold embossing, juxtaposed to the vibrant & multi-tonal carpet in the dining room and rich wood tones throughout.
After closing all windows, blinds and turning the heater on full blast we still couldn't beat the shivers.
The early evening was spent sipping Loira Vines Pinot Gris and devouring fresh raspberries, bought from The Harvest, while tracking our route for the following day & deciding on a dinner ...
... I headed off to discover Cataract Gorge. I picked up some sushi on the way to eat when I got there. Cataract Gorge Reserve is only a couple of kilometres out of Launceston but feels worlds away. Steep sided valley with a fast flowing River and cascades. I was surprised to find a large 'lawn' at the end, replete with peacocks, a swimming pool and cafe! If walked the hiking track, most people had driven. I crossed the suspension bridge and ...