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Tipsy Fig Restaurant, Milton NSW

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Tipsy Fig Restaurant, Milton NSW for a Great Australian Traditional Menu.

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Tender Fillet Mignon – perfect!

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Tipsy fig pudding – amazing!

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Regular guests’ staying at Mollymook Beach Waterfront rate the ‘Tipsy Fig’ Restaurant No 1 in the area for lunch. In their opinion the food is consistently very good, there is a lovely variety to choose from on the menu and to top it off, its BYO. Being retirees to eat out at such a lovely restaurant on their holiday’s is a real treat helped by the fact that they can take their own wine which just makes it that much more affordable. A nice ambiance, caring host and such a warm and friendly waitress whom together make you feel very welcome and special.

Tallwood Restaurant – The ‘Chef’s Choice’

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The popular ‘Chef’s Choice’ Monday Evening’s at the Tallwood Restaurant, Mollymook

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Tallwood Restaurant – Chef’s Choice Monday Aug. 22

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Magnificent – Slow cooked beef

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Tallwood’s ‘Chef’s Choice’ is proving ever so popular among locals on a Monday evening throughout the ‘low season’ period. $45 /head for three courses and a glass of wine is ‘value for money’ at this classy restaurant.

Bon Voyage – Sri Lanka

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The Third Best Exotic Marigold Hotel was found in Sri Lanka

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The Third Best Exotic Marigold Hotel

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Starring the Hotel’s only guests’ Grant & Val

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Val wrote: “We are the only people staying in this, once Grand hotel from the 1940’s. It requires much needed repair. We called it the Marigold hotel. I would love to buy it and fix it up to once again be a beautiful Grand hotel“.

This got me thinking. I guess while it is being fixed we swimmers could relocate over there for our retirement. Imagine if you can, Grant becoming Sonny the Manager as the hotel undergoes refurbishment into the “Third Best Exotic Marigold Hotel”. Val (Maggie Smith) would oversee the whole restoration of the Marigold Hotel and we could all finally live a life of leisure. As per the script in the earlier movie versions, the retirees find that life and love can begin again in these exotic and less expensive retirement villa’s, this one being Sri Lanka in lieu of India. Could be worth some thought!

Prior to ‘Expressions of Interest’ closing, it is suggested that swimmers discuss the merits of such a move and potential new life-style at the Mollymook Beach Hut cafe over coffee.

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Mollymook Swimmers in the News

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Elation!   Sue hands in her PhD

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‘Hands’

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Completion of PhD thesis. It was entitled ‘Private sorrow in the public domain’ in which Sue researched the growing phenomenon of roadside memorials. Her thesis contained over 100,000 words, over 400 pages and took nearly six years to complete. Sue commented that it will take about three months for the examiners to mark it and then it may need more tweaking. Completion was a time for celebration with Chris at their favourite Italian restaurant in Jindabyne.

‘Hands’: Artists Ro Murray and Mandy Burgess displayed 80 large hands made of hydro-stone, hessian and wire. The first display in the morning was in a rural Milton setting at Raymondo’s place and then they popped up and down during the afternoon at Collers Beach. Both setups were to enable outdoor photo shots for entering the Sculptures in the Killalea festival to be held at Shellharbour in mid-October.

They convey asking for help & extending a hand to the less fortunate. Milton Ulladulla Times article by Senior Journalist Ron Aggs

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Crescent Head & Midget Farrelly Tribute

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Surfing pilgrimage: Mollymook to Crescent Head

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Crescent Head – Surfing Destination

 

Zoe goes on Holidays

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Mollymook Zoe visits Crescent Heads

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Zoe visits Crescent Heads