Hamlet Downs Country Accommodation
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... interested in the fire truck but the minute she caught sight of Santa she freaked out and cried until he was safely gone - I guess Sinterklaas was still leaving an impression on her.... After Lotte went to bed we had a little look for platypus in the river (none seen) and were amused by the curious pademelons and possums visiting our campsite. Yes, this would do nicely for Christmas.
Distance traveled today: 226 km
Total distance traveled: 13589 ...
... t like it she growled and she would vibrate if very happy! Disconcerting at first but good fun! I treated myself to lunch, overlooking the river. I had a lovely Vietnamese chicken noodle salad, washed down with a Moo Brew pale ale, made by the microbrewery attached to the museum. I chatted to a couple of people over lunch. Even if people didn't like things it created lots of talk and made you think and question things. After lunch I had a ...
... while we had 240v coming into the van. Just after noon, we drove the 8k back to Huonville to visit the Mitre 10 and Woolworths Supermarket. We bought ourselves a Weber Q100 BBQ - after much consideration, we had decided several days ago that this was the way to go. David was happy to find when we got the BBQ back to the van that the hose fits into the bayonet without a special adaptor. We also picked up some sausages and chicken satays so ...
Best brewery experience ever, awesome ales and ciders, great atmosphere amongst the cows, free tastings, great stories... well worth a look if ever in this area. Only open Fridays and Sundays tho! Bushy Park grows 60% of Australia's hops, crazy because driving through, blink and you'll miss ...
... the hire of a camper van for the three days we were going to be in Tasmania, and when we landed, mid-morning in Launceston, we took a taxi to pick up our camper van! We paid $40 a day for the camper van, and had to re fill the fuel tank upon returning the camper van to its owner. When the taxi arrived at the residential address and we saw the camper van, Kia and I burst into fits of laughter. It was almost ready for the scrap heap, with numerous patches of rust, dents and ...