Hotel Grand Chancellor Launceston
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... and one general purpose store with restaurant - bit different to our Bracknell - that's if they have stopped knocking it down yet! So now we are in Launceston, staying at a truly historic building, the Old Bakery Inn, which dates from 1870 as a bakery by an ex convict. It is really comfortable, and is full of antiques and curios, but not too overdone. The town itself has many impressive Georgian and Victorian buildings most very successfully converted into modern shops ...
... of all of our learnings but I veered off course and stayed away from the hills for the last part of the day, no point pushing my luck with my mojo gone.
I later found out that JB had made it up the same hill but had come unstuck over the top and dropped the bike on his leg, fracturing his ankle. I am not sure which would be more painful, a fractured ankle or knowing you have to pull out of the Safari at the eleventh hour!
Today Josie ...
We all met in the restaurant for a delicious buffet breakfast over looking the pool and sea, lots of choices. Penny and Jenny headed off on the final leg of tour tour to My Son, while the rest of us decided to sort out our cloth orders and then have a look around the town before heading back for a relaxing afternoon swim. We piled in the taxi at 10.30 and headed into the town centre to visit Yally, armed ...
... illegally into Tasmania that had some frogs in them. The frogs got into the water and have spread a disease that mainland platypus are immune to. They are working with the uni in helping to find a cure. The platypus were quite active, and the guide gave them some food, so we could see how they eat their food. They have 4 platypus and licences for 6 in total. They are currently looking for a girlfriend for their boy Thor who killed his ...
... who told a story of carol singing in London with his friends as a student. John Cleese opened one of the doors and told them to 'Bugger Off!'. For those of you reading all of my blog, you'll remember that I said John Cleese is playing here tonight and tomorrow night, just down the road. Knowing this, Guy had the orchestra play the Fawlty Towers theme tune very loudly! And I'm sure our encore was longer and louder than usual!!! What a fabulous ...