Sails on Port Sorell
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We found great memorabilia and all the traditional 50s fare, burgers, fries, ice cream, sodas, spiders and milkshakes at the Old 50s Diner Deloraine with new friends on our last day there.
Then we headed NE with Harold and Annie to Port Sorell and the warmth of a caravan park. The boys enjoyed a few trips of saltwater fishing and we all enjoyed many meals of Flathead and Wrass.
This week I found myself traveling down to Tasmania. I found another Au Pair to join me for this trip, a girl from France whom I will call "M". My host families parents have a house in Launceston they were willing to let us use.
I was also very lucky to have a friend of a friend who lives in Launceston and he picked us up from the airport and be our chauffeur for the weekend. He started off by taking us to the local Saturday market ...
... yous, recipes, pictures and randoms drawings - so we add our comments and scribbles and get some sleep. (looking forward to returning to the coast and the lovely see breeze)
Day 12: We say our farwells and leave Western Creek for a road trip to Hobart, via Bicheno.and Freycinet. We hope to return to Western Creek one day as we've had such a great time there. As Kristina is getting in her car she turns around and shouts we've been the woofers of the year! Pretty awesome!
... we went with some tourches at night. After some minutes we already saw something what could have been a Platybus but we were not sure. We stayed for a while but did not see any more...It was a long day and so we went to bed...setting the alarm clock for early next morning. Next morning it took only a while and we saw the first movement....Yeeess our first Platybus. Great animal...with a duck mouse and swimming like a beaver....Perfect start of the day. After a nice breakfast ...
We did no more that day just back to caravan park for a shower ,food and a sit with a cup of tea.
On our way out of Launceston we stop at the Tamar river conservation area and Tamar river island wetlands. This has 3.2km of walking tracks through wetlands out to the island and back. The Tamar estuary is one of the largest in Australia at 70km, it is tidal all through with a range of 3 metres. Most of ...