I was quickly sick of main meals from the clubs. Second last night we had fish and chips in our room and the last night, pizza in our room.
Back in Mildura, R once again cooked and it was bliss to be home the next night when he made satay chicken.
You know in Broken Hill, there just did not seem to be any restaurants like we are used to in Melbourne. Nor really in Mildura. Guess we Melbournians are quite spoilt for places to eat well and cheaply. But they are small places. There was a Chinese takeaway in Broken Hill that we may have tried if we stayed another night. I was getting a hunger for Asian food after not having any for a week or so, hence my request for satay chicken when we returned home.
As for coffee, bah. Don't leave Melbourne if you like a decent cup of coffee. Can you believe $3.60 for a watery latte served in some sort of tulip
Curry pie in Witchyproof (spell check later) on way home was ok, except the maker forgot the curry.