El Toro Motor Inn
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... cruising down the east coast in her, but our time together had to end sometime. While dropping her out to the car rental place, we decided to head with Derek and Susan to Bondi beach. This world famous beach was one of our "musts" when coming to Australia, after all, Bondi rescue is a great show to watch and we wanted to see what all the fuss was about. I was both impressed and let down by the beach. For some reason I had imaged a ...
... throw a ball 15 meters or less, straight, and on time.
It takes time, and practice to get the line out running at 100 percent. There is no reason you should lose more then one of your own line outs. Change the numbers, throw movement and fakes into it. There is a lot of things you can do to make sure you win all your own ball. But you have to practice it, and have a coach willing to implement what works.
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... was a young and lively crowd. The menu featured such hip and happening items as kale on lentils, quinoa and the more pedestrian Chicken in salsa (my selection). It was amazing how good kale and lentils taste when well cooked in wine and garlic. All in all a very good day, so we said our good byes to Simon who would be returning to Perth Sunday morning and went back to Manly, grateful that we had spent some of the afternoon packing for the next day's ...
... 10 days, needed to wash & prepare for the trip across Bass Strait to Tasmania.
The crossing on the "Spirit of Tasmania" was good. It was an experience for Tom getting the Paj & van loaded onto the ferry, he handled it well.
We have now arrived in Devonport Tas at 6.30PM on an overcast evening on Sunday 27th January 2013. Our Tasmania adventure begins.
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