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Travel Blogs from Launceston
... the middle of the city. It is a beautiful park area. I went for a walk along a few of the paths. I hate to say it, but I think I am coming around to the Australian view on wallabies in that they are common pests. They were all over the place and are not too scared of people. I still think they are cool, but I will not be stopping the car and getting honked at just for a photo anymore! Not too much exciting to report about Launceston. It was a ...
... book as a 'popular tourist town'. It was however when we found it more like a ghost town. Every room we walked into everyone stopped what they were doing and stared at us and nothing was open or in fact actually happening at 8pm. This got a bit spooky after a while so after watching the sunset from the whalers lookout and buying some milk we went back to the hostel, ate our bargain $2 tomato soup and had a shower with our flip flops on. Friday - Cradle Mountain and Sheffield ...
We then headed into town for lunch and also thought about playing golf this arvo, but it had forecasted showers, so I decided to go to a chiropractor, and they do massage as well, as I woke with the stiff neck again this morning. Also squeezed in a dental ...
... we wanted to explore a little more of the area before we left tomorrow. There are some pretty places around the area and we took a beautiful drive out to the little village of Lilydale - 25kms out of Launceston. Lilydale, is known as the Home of the Painted Poles as most of the lamp posts in the village have been painted by local artists. It is a very friendly, community spirited town nestled below one of Tasmania's highest peaks, Mt Arthur. We fuelled up at the ...
... us through farmland where at last we saw people , it was harvesting time and in between the lush green green paddocks there were now some deep chocolate colored paddocks of very rich soil. I saw dotted on one of these paddocks the remains of some carrots so hence we summonsed that the green green what we thoughts be grass was actually the green green carrot tops .This road was by then climbing and we noted a sign to the tulip fields so again we realized just why this area ...
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