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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!
... and Ross. Ross has an old bridge and the Tasmanian Wool Centre with history of Ross and a display all about wool. Bought a pastie for lunch and ate it by the. Ridge. Drove through Perth and Lingford and found a 'castle' house along the way. Complete with knight in shining armour. All in all a very pleasant day exploring central tassie. Raining this evening. The countryside really needs ...
... strong higher up). Sadly it does the opposite – as we get within a few kilometres of the place the heavens properly open up and it utterly pours it down – really, really heavy rain. We consider our options but as we witness the poor folks running across the car park and getting completely soaked we realise it’d be foolish to go out into the current conditions, so with heavy hearts we head out of the car ...
... ice. We walked slowly and watched others doing the same :) A couple actually slipped over and all I could think of was 'please don't let me fall over, please don't let me fall over' :) Once off the main traffic areas where the snow was melting and then icing up, it got easier to walk around as the snow remained soft enough to get a grip without slipping. We took some photos and watched excited kids disappear up the hill with their boards and sleds.
We headed into the ...
... front of us. Then just as quick as a click of a finger that terrain disappeared and a new lot of farmland , dams and green paddocks was the the new views we were looking at. Green upon green so many differing shades it was impossible to count them, all doted every so often with cream farm houses or barns some of them with green or faded red tin roofs. Passing through a very small hamlet in this farming area we had a laugh because it was named "BOAT HARBOUR" very strange ...
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