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Travel Blogs from Launceston
... finished their Safari week and the GS Safari riders (243 dirt and bitumen riders, plus 32 odd support staff) who were about to start their week of riding. The crowd drooled when the event organisers (Trudi and Nick from Maschine) showed the entire BMW Enduro Safari DVD, held earlier in the year between Darwin and Palm Cove, and listened intently as they ran through all the TS, GS and GS Enduro Safaris since their inception ...
... located in the city centre, supplied us with some delicious local foods incl. goats cheese, fresh breads and an array of dips and breakfast pies from the caravan converted shopfront lovingly named 'Wanderlust'.
With bags bulging with food we drove to the nearby Cataract Gorge to enjoy our breakfast and the incredible views.
Bellies filled we walked down the Maple Stairs, admiring the array of rustic Autumn colours, ...
... before we knew it. 2 actors, one portraying convict woman Mary Jane and the other portraying the parts of the overseer and a doctor. It was a true story, based on the meticulous records kept by the staff of the time (remember it was run by the British military – though once outside not much is known of what happened to them), of the harsh life within the yard in 1833. More than More than a third of all female convicts arriving in Australia were ...
... the sole purpose of saving money for my dream has been extremely difficult. After arriving back here I discovered that my friends, the things I used to like doing didn't really interest me anymore. I can't believe I used to buy lunch there everyday, or catch taxis to work or spend 100's of dollars in bars. All my friends and even work colleagues seemed totally opposite to me that they were all doing "THIS" and I was doing "THAT" everyone had the new I phone who used snap chat ...
... I was Paul's little secretary writing notes on the variety and each photo he was taking etc Then off to see some real onions before a short drive back to Launceston where we also met up with Steve, the Sales manager(who was English and born in the same work house as me, Brighton General...small world!) They entertained us to a delicious lunch at the spectacular Cataract Gorge and I half listened to the onion ...
Other places to stay in Launceston
Corner 17 Adelaide & 18 High Street, Launceston | B&Bfrom $144
83a Riverside Dr, Launceston | B&Bfrom $137
193 George St, Launceston | B&Bfrom $100
77 Cameron Street, Launceston | B&Bfrom $98
141a George Street, Launceston | B&Bfrom $118
32 High Street, Launceston | B&Bfrom $146
64 York Street, Launceston | B&Bfrom $128
202 Freshwater Pt Rd, Launceston | 3 star b&b$113 average