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Just to add a bit of confusion to the reference to Wangi Wangi a few posts back. What about Wangi Falls in the Northern Territory - its actually pronounced won (as in on) - guy falls.

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Is it a tender Port?? Can you do a excursion with the Locals also... please HELP!!

You would be rather tender by the time your boat gets there.;p

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I think there may be a few Roos loose in the top paddock.
Maybe I'm a six pack short of the slab!

 

Cheers

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Is it a tender Port?? Can you do a excursion with the Locals also... please HELP!!
Can't remember docking or tendering. But for some reason I'm sure I saw a polar bear!

 

Cheers

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maybe i'm a six pack short of the slab!

 

Cheers

 

can't remember docking or tendering. But for some reason i'm sure i saw a polar bear!

 

Cheers

lol.:d

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I tought I'd add to the confusion, here in lovely little Tassie we have Paradise and No Where Else, a local brewer sells under, "the last beer before paradise".

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I tought I'd add to the confusion, here in lovely little Tassie we have Paradise and No Where Else, a local brewer sells under, "the last beer before paradise".

Paradise is a lovely town.

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Wonder what the pies are like up ship creek

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Wonder what the pies are like up ship creek

Probably taste like ship and are best eaten as a floater.;p

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Probably taste like ship and are best eaten as a floater.;p

 

One of the best ship pies I have ever eaten was on the Diamond Princess a few years ago. We only discovered them a couple of days before the cruise ended, in the International Cafe and it was our first port of call for the last few days on board, could not get enough of them.

 

The only downside was that I had to go to Woop Woop more than usual when we got home.

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I have enjoyed a pie or two on a cruise ship, notably I had a few last weekend.

Yeah me too.

 

Harry’s cafe de wheels had a Harry’s cafe de sea, for a very short time.

 

Princess have Mrs Macs and a few reasonable ones at IC. Celebrity had a few on the buffet one cruise.

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Most of the time, I actually like the ship's versions better than the commercial offerings they may have onboard.

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Most of the time, I actually like the ship's versions better than the commercial offerings they may have onboard.

 

 

Some cooks make a great pie, there are a few I had prefer from stand alone bakeries, but the mass market are consistent.

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P&O are having a Ship, Yeah sale.

 

Can only mean that they are going up Ship Creek.

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Some cooks make a great pie, there are a few I had prefer from stand alone bakeries, but the mass market are consistent.

I hope you have had a few Blakeney's pies on Melbourne St; GUT; best in NSW. (I know they have won awards from Royal easter show). Love how they have a filled dome.. So different & such a great taste...

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I hope you have had a few Blakeney's pies on Melbourne St; GUT; best in NSW. (I know they have won awards from Royal easter show). Love how they have a filled dome.. So different & such a great taste...

Mmmmm their potato and pea. Yummy.

 

But beware the one at Mayfield isn’t as good, apparently now owned by seperate companies.

 

The bakery (Bakers Delight) near Good Guys isn’t bad either.

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