Gattonside Heritage Accommodation
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... the forests and the landscape are truly amazing and we had an unexpected encounter with a Pademelon – a type of kangaroo - on a walk who seemed totally unfazed by us being within a couple of feet of him – fantastic. Tonight we are staying at Cradle Bay lodge a sort of assembly of shacks and cabin high up in the mountain and tomorrow we are walking in the national park here before heading back to hobart to fly back to Melbourne to start our drive up to ...
... latest which we had stored on the computer. Sat 17th - We caught a bus to the city to catch up with the Salamanca Markets which is a 'must do'. Afterwards we had some lunch then headed back to the campground and had a few more drinks, cooked a nice dinner and sat down playing cards and dice games which was good fun. Hobart is a great city to visit and the people are very friendly and go ...
... first go to a machine and buy a ticket. Unsurprisingly this fooled everyone else too, and those with no money managed to get a free ride courtesy of the sympathetic driver. I find my way to the domestic check in who gave me a boarding pass but refused to take my bag because it was two hours too early. I found a row of trolleys and spent five minutes trying to extricate one, before reading the sign which said I had ...
Mum and I took the girls for a walk this morning and across to the oval. Mum had moved in last Wednesday afternoon to " have a break" and to get to know the workings of the house and the girls routine. During this time, Jazzy disowned Andrew and sleeps in Mums bed all night and lies on her lap all day while Mum massages her head, it's a lost cause Andrew. We are so lucky to have Mum be able to do this for us or we would not be able to go away at ...
... The roads by this stage were wet and incredibly slippery and with a short shower, winds and temp dropping, we were glad of a short ride of 5kms back into the hotel with a quick photo stop at Cascade Brewery on the way through.
We were at the hotel by midday - quickly packed the bikes into boxes for trucking back to Sydney and rushed off to The Pumphouse for a celebratory lunch which was enjoyable.
Final thoughts on this week- Tasmania ...