Corinda's Cottages and 2 on 2
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... Arthur was originally a sort of model village with a large granary but when that went tits up they thought it would be a good place to convert into the harshest penal colony in Aus or for that matter the empire! So essentially the whole village continued to run but with a whacking great prison in the middle. But not content with treating the prisoners in the most horrible fashion they thought an even better way of making men see the errors of their ways they built ...
... heard of any of them before but there wasn't a drop left by the time we departed ��. Next stop was the movies to watch The Water Diviner. Funny but I seem to have the knack for tracking down all the local pubs since leaving Queensland which is sort of similar I suppose, although you would need to know what the movie is about to appreciate that one �� . After the ...
... about MONA (Museum of New and Modern Art). Caught the camouflaged catamaran boat from the harbour and happened to sit next to a guy who was living in Brisbane, had properties in Tasmania and was an art dealer. Quite an interesting conversation with him! As it transpired the boat journey may have been the highlight of our visit to MONA: Very busy, herded like cattle, ‘I’ confusion (an ipod like device you wear around your neck to guide you), disorientation and ...
... traveller, I'm sure you want to hear some insightful travel tips. So here they are:
1. I have no idea how many clothes to pack. I was expecting much cooler weather, so I had a lot of warmer clothes I didn't wear. Don't pack too many clothes. Example: you won't need 6 pairs of leggings. You'll probably end up wearing the same pair of jeans for a week.
2. Hotel rooms in the UK might not necessarily have a fridge in the room. It pays to check.
The story today is that we woke up, got ready for the day, spurned the breakfast part of the b&b, and wandered into the Salamanca Market down by the waterfront. We checked out the Machine Laundry cafe to see where it was, then wandered back to the busy part following the smells of the sausages, pancakes and coffee. We had a donut and coffee at one place and then had a muffin and coffee at the Machine Laundry. The muffins were huge and it ...