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... it made me rather excited, because I apparently am all about an independent journey outside of the city.
I get my rental car, in which I automatically make an error and go to the left side of the vehicle, a.k.a. the DRIVER'S SIDE at home. I nervously look around and hope no one has noticed. I plop myself into the right hand side of the car, and alas my budget constraints have given me an automobile that can only be described as one ...
Tasmania - do not miss out on this state. Had Kim not done a volunteer placement here a few weeks back we may have overlooked it - that would have one hundred percent been a loss. The mountains, bays, forests and general atmosphere could not have been more enjoyable. I've always thought I was a "city person", but maybe I'd just never been to the right countries. No Julia, I'm not going to become a hippy who only eats granola and wears my hair in braids. At least not yet. Hobart, ...
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Next we found the phone number for the National Parks office which we rang. A helpful staff member suggested that we ring the local ranger and provided a mobile phone number. We phoned and at last information from the horses mouth. Adam is a great guy very helpful. Turns out our best bet would be to leave Vincent in a huge car park and walk 1.5 ...
... of native plants not added here) Friday 23 January. Maria Island Maria Island was inhabited by Aboriginals and native flora and fauna until it became a short-lived penal colony in the nineteenth century followed by 20 years as an entrepreneur's playground. A Mr Bernacchi owned the Island for 20years in the late 1800s when he planted 18,000 vines and 400 mulberries (for silk) among other things. After this the Island became one of farming until in the early 20th century a ...
We woke up to a dull day. It looked like the clouds had descended around us. Then the rain started. It rained quite hard so we were waiting for it to ease up when Frank and Linda came down to delivered the car keys. We actually experienced a thunder storm. Apparently this is quite rare in Tasmania. Frank also took some time to train Peter on how to work the lock on our chalet. He did it so easily ...