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... the best table too, Stirling, who has a fluro helmet. Thank goodness our last conversation was light hearted or this could have been awkward!
The dinner was a great way to finish the Safari. Anthea and Hugh pulled off one of the prizes. Interestingly, Australia is the only country where BMW runs a Safari. Perhaps they don't have much local competition for off road motorcycle tours. Either that or the mild weather and lack of man eating ...
... all went in a shopping spree in hunt of north face jackets. Penny bought to puffer jackets, 3 pairs of shoes and one bag, a very successful trip. Di B brought 3 jackets, a scarf, 2 wallets and a bag, jenny bought a pair of shoes, Di M bought puffer jacket, Anne bought puffer jacket for Anne and sherrie, shoes for Marty and Anne, yellow raincoat, sue bought vortex jacket for mike and puffer jacket for Flynn. After our shopping spree we went in search of a ...
... and also the European Delicatessen called Wursthaus at Oliver's where we bought some Weisswurst and Heidi brand Tasmanian Gruyere which smells so good. In fact the whole shop smelt good from all the different cheeses and sausages on display. Laden with our food, we headed back to our cabin after another enjoyable day in this lovely state. So much to do each day and so good to be able to return to our cabin and relax in the ...
... by now experienced a couple of Motels, but sadly generally in bad circumstances of heatwaves or car breakdowns so this was to be something of a treat.
En-route to Launceston we had set our self a bit of a mission, we discovered part way through our journey through Oz that the Aussies have something of a fixation on making huge resin things at the side of the road for advertising. Our first taste had been the Bowen Mango and from there we were hooked. Our ...
... We saw another one called Horseshoe Falls that was obviously nowhere near as large as the Horseshoe Falls in Niagara. Along the way to the last waterfall, we passed through the Tall Trees circuit. This area of the forest is home to the second largest trees in the world, next to the redwoods in California. These gum trees are incredibly tall and the diameter of their trunks are proportionate. Because of the insane height of these trees, we were not able to get pictures ...
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