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Travel Blogs from New Norfolk
After saying farewell to Jo and Brendan, we pulled out of the Franklin Camping Ground at almost 10am. As this was our fourth night in this campground, it was free of charge!. Jo and Brendon are heading off to Dover for 3 nights to take in the sites and attractions down where we have just been. Next weekend, they will catch up with their nephew in Hobart and then they will head over to Queenstown and up the West Coast. They catch the Spirit ...
... should stop by The Winston for a drink! Caroline and Kris are there almost every night. Dennis and I cooked dinner and opened a bottle of Tamar Valley pinot that we had bought at Velo, as we reminisced about our time in Australia. Sydney is definitely one of my favorite cities, and this has been such a wonderful week in Tasmania. As the gas station attendant said to us as we filled up right before the Hobart airport, "Leaving Tasmania is the biggest mistake you'll ...
... a look at Lake Burbury. This man made lake takes up a massive 54 square kilometres. Its waters feed the John Butters Hydroelectric Power Station. The lake is surrounded by mountains and the view is spectacular - on a fine day - especially when crossing the Bradshaw Bridge. Unfortunately, we had the rainy, grey, cloudy day blocking any view other than that of the road.
Our next stop along the highway was at Nelson Falls. We did not stop here on our last trip ...
In Hobart for work for 3 days. It was cold but I loved it. Such a great town.
Drove up to Mt Wellington which was awesome. Great views looking back over Hobart. Was icy and cold.
Drove back down to Hobart to visit the Cadbury factory which was a disappointment. Sure they had cheap chocolate ...
... because it was only $5.00 per night and you could have a hot
shower for $1.00 and do a load of washing for $1.00, so needless to say it was
busy. We had lovely neighbours, Macca
& Jan and their little puppy Keisha and Peter and Nancy, so we enjoyed a
happy hour or two around the campfire, before retreating to our cosy vans out
of the cold. We experienced our first
really cold night in Hamilton. It got