Sails on Port Sorell

Address: 54 Rice St, Port Sorell, Tasmania, 7307 , Australia | 4 star b&b
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This 4 star B&B is located on 54 Rice St, Port Sorell.
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      Travel Blogs from Port Sorell

      Day 4 Hong Kong

      A travel blog entry by suepaine on Sep 01, 2014

      ... it self around the city back streets. Anne decided to buy everyone some lovely bananas keep us going which we all promptly spat out. Next stop was to find the handbag shops including Raebeanco where the two Dis brought handbag Di B and sue returned to a shop to buy the same top and scarf with an agreement not to wear them to WISE dinners. Returned to hotel for dinner and wine and an early night for a 4.15 ...

      Exploring Cradle Mountain

      A travel blog entry by travelwriter723 on Mar 04, 2014

      1 comment, 3 photos

      ... was poorly marked and signed. Plus, we encountered several local animals crossing the road, including wallabies, a member of the kangaroo family and a few ugly creatures known as the Tasmanian Devil, dog-like creatures who are on the endangered list.

      We drove for quite awhile and finally, up a narrow road filled with stones and rocks, we actually found the cabin. Waynette said this was the toughest cabin search she had encountered throughout her ...


      A travel blog entry by denisemilburn on Jan 18, 2014

      Before the EEU it was obvious when you were changing countries, as you would proceed through a control and receive a stamp in your passport, heralding your arrival in a new country. However, this no longer the case. Despite this, it was very obvious to us all when we left Germany and arrived back in Poland as the six lane autobahn suddenly became a goat track of only two lanes and one which was far more suited to livestock than automobiles. This continued ...

      Adios Mes Amis...

      A travel blog entry by dinanna on Dec 06, 2013

      1 comment, 5 photos

      ... icecream and meringue! Thursday December 5th We lazed in the sun in Julie's backyard whilst Jake caught up on some zzzds, then drove Jacob home to Beauty Point where we shared some local fish and chips by the waters edge for lunch. Arrived around four at my dear friend Meg and her hubby Peter's hobby farm and menagerie by the Mersey River near Latrobe where we shared a lovely roast dinner and caught up on the latest goss. Only four degrees overnight in our camper and ...

      Burnie, Whisky and the Tasmanian Arboretum

      A travel blog entry by gse2013 on Mar 07, 2013

      4 photos

      ... The influence of forestry had a major role on Burnies development in the 1900s with the founding of the Burnie Paper Mill in 1938 and the woodchip terminal in the later part of the century. The Burnie Paper Mill closed in 2010 after failing to secure a buyer, leaving the woodchip terminal as the main source of forestry based income.  ...

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