Apartments At York Mansions
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... shops, John found the marbles he lost in the World of Marbles glass shop, and Nancy found a half price sale on some powdered asbestos at the Emporium Antique store. Ashgrove Dairy stop, the last of the day gave Nancy some longed for cheese (wasbi flavoured no less, yummy) and then into Launeston and our Hostel for the night! An early night for Nancy after her experience with a little travellers ...
... to say that Vincent was ready. We were actually walking back there when the phone call was received. As we wandered back down the street there was Liz, on the phone to Terry. For some reason Allan was more surprised than Liz or Sharon. She could 'feel' it too.
It was lovely to catch up with our mates. We decided to go to Evandale to the pub for a drink. The drink ended up with dinner. Somehow three hours seemed to have flown past. A lovely lovely day.
... have been quite dangerous. Di M had very slippery soles on her shoes so she was supported by 2 helpful ladies over the difficult pathway. We all had the odd slip with only Jenny landing on her knees. On arrival we were ladies who aided us on our walk asked us to buy their handicraft which we most willing did. Lunch was in the local village with Vietnamese chicken, pork and tofu followed by fresh fruit and children and women hounding us to buy their handy ...
Before we get on today - first to complete yesterday. Having enjoyed my first post ride massage (did I mention y'day how good that was honey?) we wandered about 1km down the road to the local pub/bakery for dinner. Unfortunately we were a bit early (5.15 for a 6.30 booking) so I needed to get some food in quick, didn't think I could buy a plate of food and sit there and eat it myself so ordered a few nibblies (chicken wings/wedges/garlic ...
... in our diets and this was by far one of the best we had even if Tim had to fight to save his from a large and hungry lady peacock.
Initially we had decided that 4 weeks in Tasmania would be enough and we would Helpx for the first 2 and plan our travels and then set off to explore for 2 weeks. During our planning we quickly realised that there was more to see in Tassie than 2 weeks would allow so we decided that we would cut short our Helpx.
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