Leisure Inn Penny Royal Hotel & Apartments
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... hand make the donuts. That day the 2 two flavours offered were rhubarb passionfruit and key lime pie. They were both amazing and we all agreed they tied with Suzy Q donuts in Ottawa as the best donuts in the world. After we devoured every last morsel, they pulled out these amazing Chelsea buns from the oven that smelled so good. So we just HAD to order two to split between us. Then we made our way to the famous Salamanca market and there we ate freshly made ...
... or so holes out then turned into the wind back to the club house. Dad pulled out and went off to read the paper and we played the last 9 holes. I must say I was a bit over the wind by the 18th.
We had lunch and then set off for Launceston which was just 1.5hrs drive away. We stopped at a lookout on the Tamar River for a photo then at Velo hoping to do a wine tasting ...
... milked in front of our eyes.
St. Columba Falls were a lovely cascade of water, pity Jake chose the other fork in the road and didn't see it. Oh well, I think we have seen it before anyway.
A few obsessed riders were using the car wash facilities at our lunch break at Scottsdale to get their bikes spotless again. I note these people must be more obsessed than Jake. Who knew these people existed! I happily ate someones ...
Started the day at 5am ready for a 6am pick up to go to the Hanoi airport. Hanoi was very smoggy today so glad to move on. Our driver Nam presented all six of us with thankyou gift of bag of lovely sweets to show his gratitude. After an hours plane flight to Hue we were met by our driver who took us to our lovely hotel which had a pool that was very welcome, Hotel Saigon Morin. Tour guide Phong asked us ...
... to be sailing, but with the infamous Bass Straight to cross it was any bodies guess as to whether we would be enjoying the sea views or just clutching at sick bags for the 9 hour crossing.
Being the flash packers that we are and also based on the fact that the crossing to Tasmania was extortionate and a cabin was only £20 extra, we treated ourselves to a cabin for the day crossing. Having been on a few boats on our travels we were extremely pleased with our ...