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... the end of the tour the guide sprinkled the stoneground flour in our hands to taste. I have to admit I was amazed at the taste. Not a bit like the flour you buy from Coles!Richmond was our choice for an overnight stay and we chanced upon the most delightful colonial cottage, Laurel-bank. At present I'm lounging on an antique armchair, sipping on a Tasmanian Sauvignon blanc, in front of a log fire and writing. Life's ...
... car and drove to Aunty Jens. Mum, Dad and Jen had a meeting with the funeral services about Uncle Dee's funeral at 1pm.
I did some blogging then Dylan and I went into Aunty Jens garden and picked raspberries, yum!
After they had finished discussions we sat for a bit and chatted with Jen. Just before 4 we headed off and made a stop at the bottle shop. Then on to the dive shop to drop back our hire gear.
... hotel. It was a beautiful old restored mansion with loads of charm & character. Free wireless when in the lounge, major step up from our previous 6 nights in Adelaide. We walked the streets and waterfront, both mentioning it reminded us of St. John, Newfoundland. Found a bottleshop (which is where you purchase, beer, wine & spirits) and then selected a busy Indian restaurant for dinner (always a good sign when the locals pile in on a ...
... now. I'm actually running out of things to say, but Mum, I got you a thing. Also Piper, hello. Please create an obligatory sarcastic comment of your choice here. I am learning Australian gradually, it's really hard to survive here because the languages are so different.
I think I should get my own section to write updates, these are kind of turning into essays.
Vale! (Which is Latin for goodbye, but this you should know because Latin is the best).
We got underway at 8.15am on a brisk 7degree morning. Our first stop was Bridestowe Lavender Farm, where we bought a range of presents for workmates and female family. There was also a very friendly black cat who led us into the shop. We continued at a fairly leisurely pace, visiting small towns such as Scottsdale and St Helen's, but little was open. The wood carvings in ANZAC memorial trees at Legerwood ...