Hotel Grand Chancellor Launceston
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... over the week because we are eating at EVERY break of about 1-2 hours.
I was one of the riders with the radios today - wow....the amount of additional info you get from car in front, car at back, other riders is phenomenal...its like you have so many extra eyes.
We rolled out of the bakery at 7.05am with not quite enough layers on for 6 degrees given we only had 10kms to roll before hitting an 18km hill. It ...
... confirm that La Toya was fixed!!
Our first day at work we had a long list of gardening chores to keep us occupied, from mowing, strimming, trimming, weeding and reshaping. As usual for the benefit of the blog we were posing for photos throughout our morning much to the amusement of Cassandra who was laughing at us from the reception.
After our mornings work and our morning chat with Cass, Duncan and after Ruperts morning ear rubs we set off on a day trip ...
... wines are more lively and simple. Zdar is the city Josef was from originally and is another "line" of this vineyard. And Josef Chromy wines represent his older, more sophisticated self. Many of these have won awards.
By this time Jason and I were both tired. We headed to the accommodation we set up for the night through the Couch Surfing site. This is our first time using this site and we have started off with a great experience. Our host is very ...
We headed off this morning to Chudley to the honey shop. It was a very beautiful little shop. I tasted every type of honey and more. The shop sold products made from beeswax, beauty products, icecream and of cause honey.
We then headed to Beaconsfield to look at the mine where Brant Webb and Todd Russell were burried alive after the mine collapes. We were able to climb through a small tunnel made from pipe and stand up in an area the ...
... chicken wire which provided much better footing than wet wood. The terrain was along a river, close enough to heart he rushing water but not to actually see it. There was a lot of button grass and a few trees. In areas closer to the water there were also some trees. Most of the animals are nocturnal but we were able to sight a few wallabies and a wombat and several of the local birds. We were very lucky because ...