Black Dolphin Resort Motel
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- Swimming pool
- Free parking
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Woke up watched entirely predictable game from the Emirates then went to work. A long fulfilling day but long and tiring and being woken up at 3 by my daughter falling out of bed was not great. It did however give me a chance to listen to the wit of Alan Davies in The Tuesday Club podcast which really is one of the funniest podcasts you can listen to, chronicling the ups and downs at Arsenal. Tired tired tired with only work or driving ahead apart from tomorrow ...
... to see a pool. The room was fine but overall it needed some TLC especially as the place was covered in the awards it won in 2012, it would not win any in 2015!
But the most exciting thing ( sorry Bridget and Jean ) was the laundry and the washing line!! A load done very quickly then had an hour in the pool cooling off.
An ambulance arrived for our next door neighbour but he was OK as ...
Seriously, why had we not heard anything about Merimbula before? I am staggered, after the wonderful area tour by Gavin and just generally getting to know this beautiful Sapphire Coast!
But I digress and will return to where I left off last blog. Broulee, in the Eurobodalla Coast region, was a completely wonderful stop-over, spent relaxing and enjoying our surrounds. Well, I was anyway, as Gary was still busy with work things, He had ...
... in your diced vegies and when there is about 10 minutes to go add in your green beans.
The chicken should take around 1.5 - 2 hours to cook depending on your fire and camp oven. To check if it is ready:
The bit between the thigh and the body is the part that takes the longest to cook. When the chicken is ready when you gently move the leg apart from the body the juices should be clear. Remember that chicken isn’t pure white, when cooked it does have a pink tinge to ...
... who religiously travelled north each year for a couple of weeks each summer and were happy to do it for twenty summers or more.
We'll see how we go for 2016. By then Aidan may be able to cope with the cold(ish) water - although the sea is a nice temperature really, and if I can bring the golf clubs I'll have more to do than brave the wind and the beach. That fish and chip shop on the jetty will still be there, anyway, it's the most popular place in town.