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I was surprised at the Adelaide airport check-in for my Virgin Australia flight that a $40 surcharge applied for my one large bag. I booked this as part of a package of 5 flights on the internet from Canada. I hope this surcharge doesn’t apply for each of them. There was no obvious mention of it when I booked. Oh the fine print!
... a deserted island does have some disadvantages. One of them is packing. We have to take everything we need for 3 months over to Deal Island. Today we have endured the massive feat of starting the packing. Its like a giant game of tetris, trying to fit as much as you can in one box.
We will be travelling around Tasmania for 10 days before we go.
... out briefly! We stop at Cethana Road lookout, which gives us great views across the dam and lake, and valley below. Also nearby we spot another small echidna at the top of the hill – it’s amazingly close and not shy so we can watch this one for a while too! We continue on and stop once again on the road to Launceston, this time at the Mt. Round lookout, giving us great views over the mountain and quite a ...
... more than summer and dream of visiting places like Antarctica and Canada. Wayne also prefered winter. We dreamt of being able to come here each winter.
We ventured back out into the cold and wandered around enjoying the snow. We did not wander too away from the resort so did not get up to the ski lifts or anything. We had arranged for the shuttle bus to come get us at 12.30 as we wanted to get back to Launceston to make the 1.30pm cruise.
We trekked it back to ...
... us through farmland where at last we saw people , it was harvesting time and in between the lush green green paddocks there were now some deep chocolate colored paddocks of very rich soil. I saw dotted on one of these paddocks the remains of some carrots so hence we summonsed that the green green what we thoughts be grass was actually the green green carrot tops .This road was by then climbing and we noted a sign to the tulip fields so again we realized just why this area ...
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