Sails on Port Sorell

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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    North West Tasmania

    A travel blog entry by larry-jan on Feb 20, 2014

    1 comment, 18 photos

    ... bottom. The most notable is Dismal swamp , you have to go 100mt down to the swamp. Lake Chisholm is a sink hole and the only one not porous so has made a lake not a swamp.

    We are heading back to start our journey south, we can not get through the way we planned so have to double back and stay at Rocky Cape. It rains during the night so things do not look good for Cradle Mountain stay but we have booked and payed no refund so I hope it clears ...


    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 ...

    Day 72 Nagambie - Melbourne - Devonport

    A travel blog entry by gaywhish on Jun 15, 2013

    3 photos

    ... much behind us.

    We had the usual on board dinner, watched a bit of footy on Deck 7, and then crashed in our cabins until called at 5.45am. The crossing was relatively smooth apparently, not that we knew.

    Driving from the ship to home was the first time I had driven in the dark for more than 10 weeks so it felt a bit strange, but as with all trips it was nice to be finally home.

    We had a great time, we did what we set out to ...

    Platypuses, Echidnas, Seahorses & Seadragons

    A travel blog entry by dmarek on Mar 06, 2013

    114 photos

    ... s room at the table and watched the news and morning program. A young man had been picked up by the police in Sydney at the Gay Mardi Gras Parade and there was a you-tube video that brought up issues of police brutality. I think there was some other big story as well.

    Doreen was ready to drive today, but I felt I could do with the practice, so I drove since it would be my day. My driving makes her uncomfortable....I can sympathize with that. ...


    A travel blog entry by kangarog on Feb 22, 2013

    14 photos

    ... here for the rest of the day. Later on after tea we watched the Spirit of Tasmania ferry on it's way out to Melbourne. We were getting very excited to be going on the ferry tomorrow and getting back to the mainland. It had been hot today but got quite chilly in the evening. There was a beautiful red sky and we both slept well dreaming of our ...