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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      North West Tasmania

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

      1 comment, 18 photos

      ... was the cheapest and safest option as it still has spent cartridges and other things on it. Behind this area overlooking it and the ocean is now large houses, apartment complexes and a up market retirement village.
      While we are in Williamstown we walk out along the pier. From here you can see the Westgate freeway, Melbourne city and cargo boats coming and going under the Westgate bridge.

      Spirit of Tasmania ferry



      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 ...

      Wildlife, cliffs and the Tiers

      A travel blog entry by waymez on Jul 28, 2013

      64 photos

      ... were a couple of other vehicles but that was it. The walk commenced with some uphill steps and I remember thinking, 'here we go again'. After some time climbing - and getting puffed - we came across some other walkers on their way back. We joked about the uphill walk and they said the start was the hardest part and it was well worth it so on we pressed. Eventually, it did flatten out and the walk became easier. At least the ground was flat and even so there was no risk ...

      Rowing, wild life and Leven Canyon

      A travel blog entry by gse2013 on Mar 09, 2013

      18 photos

      ... Devil again. This time the devils were fed. Although only the size of a small dog, it can sound and look incredibly fierce. The devil is mainly a scavenger and feeds on whatever is available. Powerful jaws and teeth enable it to completely devour its prey - bones, fur and all.

      Parting the Devils, we went to a little-known tourist destination in ...

      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. ...