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Max Alt 655mtrs
Min Seal Level
Min temp - 5 degrees
Max temp - 22 degrees
Avg temp - 14 degrees
Starting weight - 85.6kg
Finishing weight - 83.7kg
Decent coffees - 2
Mechanicals None for SK, 0
Flats 3 (one very slow leak forr SK - being fixed by mechanic as I type)
Flies swallowed (None...didn't even see a fly today...)
Roadkill too many to count
... late 70's and 80's, just how much they would have seen in their lifetimes living in Krakow - the war years and their city divided by the Germans, the formation of a Jewish ghetto, the many years of communism, martial law and then the reforms of Mikhail Gorbachev, leading up to the relative freedom of the current day. One day we drove to Auschwitz, which lies south of Krakow and spent a sobering few hours on a guided tour of Auschwitz and Auschwitz ...
... ferns and well worth the effort to make the picture meaningful!
Launceston was our next destination and we went straight to Cataract Gorge. With another over 30 degree day it was an extremely popular place with the locals. We walked around the gorge on the steep zig zag track towards the Kings Bridge came back along the other side of the gorge and returned via the suspension bridge.
... chains and antifreeze were required
As we climbed higher to the plateau, it became colder and the view soon faded and all we could see beyond trees was cloud. We got to the car park just below Jacobs Ladder and saw there was a shuttle bus up to the resort. We were not planning on skiing or anything but wanted to go up so we paid our fee and settled into the minibus with about 7 others. By the time we were climbing Jacobs Ladder, visibility was getting harder and ...
... angle , quite strange. Back onto the Bass Hwy onto Table Cape and Wynyard. 31 Kim's away. Again it was the possible viewing of a lighthouse that took us again off the Bass Hwy and onto a minor road to get to the lookout at Table Cape. The one tall peak ahead of us still glowing in the sunlight we followed the road which had a mixture of terrain from flat pastures, of farming land, to tall eucalypts, the road lined with tall gums and shorter T trees and then below them ...
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- Continental Breakfast
- Room service
- Free High-Speed Internet
- Wheelchair accessibility
- Free parking