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Travel Blogs from Launceston
... Driving along the coast we got to Port Latta which had a very long gas line going into the water, not sure what it was for but it sure was long .Over Crayfish Creek and onwards to Rocky Cape , passing Eucembine Beach. from here we rounded a corner and in front of us was a eerie shadow of a long mountain range on the horizon in the distance. The peaks were mainly in the mist but the first the smallest was bathed in a glowing early morning sunlight and looked beautiful. We ...
... sommes restes aux alentours du Basin mais il y a aussi des marches a faire le long des gorges. Le basin est un endroit assez incroyable: on peut marcher autour, en parti sur des ponts, on peut nager dans l'eau du basin, on peut nager dans l'immense (gratuite!) piscine juste a cote du basin ou prendre le telesiege jusqu'au mont. Et on peut prendre une douche (gratuite!) apres tout ca.
Maintenant il ...
... born, they were taken from them as soon as the they were weaned. In Ross, they lived in a ‘nursery’ in the same ‘factory’ (prison) but their mothers were not allowed to see them. Mainly, in Australia, the babies died.
So back to the North. We have to leave early on Wednesday morning for our flight to Sydney, so we thought it might be a good idea to time our journey from Launceston to Bridport. “Let’s take ...
... kept going. The walk was good to build up andappetite for the Birthday dinner. Which decided to have in the hotel and they happened to have fresh oysters in that day So I partook of some for entrée …. Nearly as good as having them off the rock at Bampfield Beach (Up in the Torres) followed by salmon. At last a comfy bed. Although it was a very old building with creaky floors so we noticed every little noise of people coming and ...
... wild - so close I could almost touch them, Wineglass & Honeymoon Bay, I saw 4 whales - it wasn't even the season, echidna's, a double rainbow, cows so happy that they were wagging their tails, waterfalls and dunes, lakes and rivers, Cradle Mountain and the final act... a tour aboard the Bob Barker, one out of 3 Sea Shepers that roam the oceans to protect whales, sharks, tuna fish etc. I got to meet my heroes. ...
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- Continental Breakfast
- Room service
- Free High-Speed Internet
- Wheelchair accessibility
- Free parking