Ashton Gate Guest House
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- Continental Breakfast
- Free High-Speed Internet
- Free parking
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... ground in Launceston is right next to the highway, a terrible location, and we didn't sleep well, although Calvin's lack of sleep may have been due to an sugar fix he inadvertently consumed the night before. He mistook camp-kitchen free cordial for juice and drank a whole cup of the concentrate before realising something was wrong - a raspy throat and a sickly ...
... br> The town of Sheffield made a name for itself by having lots of murals painted on walls around town. Pam was taken by one in particular (see photo).
We also went to a raspberry farm and café, where we had some tasty food made including local raspberries. There are lots of touristy places to go (e.g. caves, salmon farm, honey), but we are only including those of particular interest to us.
Bill & Pam
... a motocross background and make the huge 1200GSAs look like push bikes.
* Miles Davis - Marketing Manager for BMW Motorrad (German for motorbike) Australia and all around fast guy on a bike again.
* Greg - a quiet guy who also helps out with training at the off road courses
* Cameron Donald - he was introduced to us as "Isle of Man fame" and apparently needed no further explanation. They were wrong, ...
... solitary confinement for 6 months. The babies were left in the nursery and if they survived to the age of 2 then they were sent off to the government run education house at New Town.
Punishment came in the form of being sent to the solitary confinement work cells. Worse still were the solitary cells where they were kept in the dark. Worse still was wearing an iron collar with huge metal prongs or spike coming off it – they had to work ...
... to see if we could find any Platypus. It was a really busy but beautiful picnic spot, lots of dogs and boats and somewhere that we would never have found on our own, one of the major benefits of Helpx is actually getting to see Oz like a local and not just the tourist hotspots that every Tourist Information centre sends you to. Initially we thought we had found a platypus and I was beaming with excitement, but on closer inspection it was a log pretending to be one, ...