Customs House Waterfront Hotel
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Day 6- Thursday began with a massive cook up including eggs, bacon, tomato, yoghurt, the fresh bread baked the prior night and freshly brewed iced coffee among other things. We took our time collecting our things and brushing the frost off the windscreen. Luckily we did otherwise we could have missed an amazing experience.
Ian was perusing …
... our course instructors) reminds us to float like a butterfly, not like a buffalo. Maybe I am still waiting for the chrysalis stage.
While the rider briefing dragged on I trawled through Facebook and my heart sunk, Glen's birthday today? He hadn't said a word. Boy are we lousy riding buddies. Too late to get a cake now!
Also interesting news today, one of the handful of journalists came off his BMW loaned bike and broke a ...
... I had booked. We stayed in a little cottage, which wasn't quite ready yet when we arrived so we went for dinner in the little town. We had a stone baked pizza and tried the local oysters. When we got back to the cottage there was a bottle of wine on the counter to apologize for not having it ready when we arrived. Very cute.
Thursday we woke up to rain but it stopped thankfully and we drove the short distance ...
... stalls and so many interesting things to see.
On Sunday we dropped Dulcie at a kennel so we could spend a few peaceful days in Hobart. Not sure that she approved but the kennels at Brighton were on a farm and seemed very roomy and well run.Then a culture binge. Monday to MONA – now that’s an interesting place but neither of us overly fussed. Yes it's clever and a stunning venue but we don't need to ...
... took all of 11 minutes, and took us to the main attraction…. The Bicheno Blowhole. Many of the coastal towns in Australia and Tassie have a blow hole where the ocean has worn gaps in the cliffs and when the tide and waves are a right, water shoots up through the rocks providing a beautiful spectacle.
We wondered over the rocks in search of the blow hole, with the tide low we didn’t expect there to be a lot to see. Moments later we learnt a ...