Peppers Seaport Hotel
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... wildlife, beautiful landscape and road kill (so many possums lying on their backs with rigor mortis in their little arms and legs). "Roll" means a sandwich. We can't believe how many Australians we know that haven't been to Tassie, everyone should go!
* Moon roof is actually what the back sun roof is called, awesome car knowledge.
... reminding us of the real reason we are here. They also issued fines for inproper bike behaviour/fashion errors and other things which meant we were all entertained. The mechanic and ride director have been issued a target of $5000 of fund raising which they are doing by fining for the most creative infringements I have ever heard (although I agree the 2 riders who turned up for training rides with knicks inside out (ie padding on the ...
... pot in a car park is a highlight in our day. We really need to get out more, or perhaps we need to stay in more??!!
We eventually made it to Launceston and with our trusty Tom-Tom leading the way we pulled into the Able Tasman Motor Inn. We didn’t really know what to expect and with the usual nervous energy that you get turning up for your first day at work we walked into reception. I am not sure who we expected to meet, I guess some middle age Aussies ...
... After he told us we could find them in many, I thanked him kindly and we were going to go, just as he asked in a half joking tone, if we weren't going to buy any wines. I'm so smooth! I explained that we weren't sure where we were spending the night and therefore didn't want to lug any bottles with us, but that was why I had asked which restaurants we could find them in. He agreed that was a fair reason and we were on our way. Of course we thanked him a ...
... and shallow breathing, but the boat didn't rock much at all, the trip was smooth and Jim and I had a really nice time. Saw 2 sea eagles. Viewed old boats abandoned, yet still afloat, strangely beautiful. Saw the East and West Tamar from a new perspective. Eased my mind a lot about Lake Titicaca. Drank coffee, tea, wine and ate a muffin. A lovely experience. Thanks Jim. Great ...