Tangalooma Bridge Holiday 2011

"That team is great! Personally, I think, they are going to win." John Key, Prime Minister of New Zealand, in NZ Herald 10th August 2011.

"Hi Suzie & Ron Thanks to you both for a great week at Tangalooma – a really lovely spot  – and some good Bridge too." - PM, Papakura, New Zealand
"Dear Ron & Suzie, Once again a very big thank you to you both for another wonderful holiday. I can really appreciate the huge amount of organization and work that goes into a holiday (and you have so many!!) so I am constantly amazed that you both always seem so relaxed - and you don't even get an early night.
Once again many, many thanks for everything and I look forward to seeing you again.Affectionately" -  PC, Brisbane, Qld.

The girls who wore the hats weren't prizewinners but certainly got into the swing of things with their fantastic hats which they made from newspaper and the "white flowers" were made from tissues!

Paper Dolls Team from left to right : Pauline Melles, Linette Morgan, Monica Aplin and Wendy Kelly all of Papakura, New Zealand.


Winners Tangalooma Pairs Championship Agi & John Stanley of Sydney NSW


Second Tangalooma Pairs Championship Pam & Bernie Ansiewicz of Sydney NSW


Third Tangalooma Pairs Championship Betty Livingston & Jill Wilson both of Brisbane Qld


Winners Tangalooma Teams Championship Don & Glenys Smith and Pam  & Bernie Ansiewicz all of Sydney NSW


Second Tangalooma Teams Championship Jenny Hudson & Ruth Littler both of Newcastle NSW and Judy & John Scott of Wallabi Point NSW


Third Tangalooma Teams Championship Anne Barry, Camille Henry, Pat Clouston & Irma McCrossin all of Brisbane, Qld


A mangnificent sunset as usual on Tangalooma







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