The Sebel Launceston
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... Intercontinental Hotel to exclusive Sevva Bar for the young in 10 Chatter Road the dodging the rain to watch the lights drink another cocktail and tapas Seated outside over looking the Hong Kong skyline and harbour in comfy couches surrounded by mushroom lit stools creating a wonderful ambience. Cocktails were the first port of call followed by delicious Asian tapas to nice music. This is set the standard for our ...
... 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 ...
... and Big W and thankfully the mechanic agreed to do a pressure test for us to check for leaks. With baited breath, on our hands and knees, literally, we watched as coolent poured all over the floor. It is not often that people would be delighted to see this but we were as it meant La Toya just needed a replacement jubilee clip. $100 lighter we were back on the road and finally after a few more days of obsessively checking the coolant and watching the thermostat we ...
... ll find Tamar Valley wines in our local grocery store anytime soon. The wineries seem to be almost all small operations, and as one of our servers explained to us, exporting to the United States doesn't work well for them because most Americans don't want to spend more than $10-15 on a bottle.
After our light lunch, we made our way to Ninth Island, passing a lot of beautiful scenery along the Tamar River as we did so. Our final stop was ...
... the ski season it gets pretty busy. The car park was full of vehicles as the season had just started.
Once out of the bus, we realized how slippery it was - and how cold. We were rugged up warm with our gloves and jackets but once again - the snow boots I had bought in Perth especially for this trip, were back in our room as we didn't plan to be coming here today. Any slushy melted snow was freezing over again and this made the terrain like walking on a slippery ...