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... or have a shower before the briefing. Most other riders looked like they had been here for hours. Annoyingly, Anthea is squeaky clean and looking gorgeous. Turns out she has had a sore back and took the bug out straight from Ouse to Hobart.
The briefing was a bit rough, 270 odd people having to sit on the floor. From all reports it sounds like lots of riders got warnings from police regarding speeding. Tomorrow's riding, rocky. Miles Davis ...
Just got back from 4 amazing days in Tasmania. It reminds me a bit of a mini New Zealand, and the people are incredibly nice. The entire island is quite quiet and there weren't many cars on the road anywhere we went. It was fun to hire a car and drive again after not driving for quite some time.
We too a Wednesday night flight to Hobart and hired a car at the airport. We drove to Cole's Bay straight away and found ...
Hi blog readers from rainy Hobart, where I'm sitting at a desk on the 9th floor of the Travelodge with a grand view across the city, river and rolling hills into the mist beyond.. Nice scene, only slightly ruined by the brain numbing afternoon tv in the background.
We are down here having a break for a few days and making a long weekend of it. Fly down Thursday night, pick up a car, 2 nights in Hobart, then 2 nights in Launceston and fly back Monday. There was a ...
... then parked in line. And WHAT a line, the parking area was chock a block full. We finally boarded at 6.50pm. We were on deck 7 and got the very front and centre cabin. Awesome view. The ferry departed bang at 7pm. We decided on dinner in the restaurant this time as the menu was different and the other side would have been very busy as the boat was full. Good choice, good meal, good waitress and quiet. On to bed and a very smooth ...
... through the seaweed and below the boat. We were very lucky to spot a wobbegong (carpet shark) and also a magnificent eagle ray just swooping under the boat. I could have quite happy just sat in the boat all the day, but for a change we had places to go and people to see. An old friend of Tim’s, Taye, lives in Coles Bay just down the coast from Bicheno and was making a weekly trip to the shops so we caught up for a coffee and a cake. Taye gaves us a tour of the ...
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