Travel Blogs from Launceston, Australia

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At Launceston, Tasmania, Launceston, Australia travel blog

At Launceston, Tasmania

A travel blog entry by justright

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... @ 8:20 am California Time: 9/15/06 @ 16:20 pm Arrived in Tasmania, slight delay due to fog leaving Melborne, but made it to Launceston and nearly lost our luggage at the airport. Not to worry, found it and got to the rental car and began our left hand ...

In Tassieland!, Launceston, Tasmania, Australia travel blog

In Tassieland!

A travel blog entry by nadine

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Yay! We finally landed in Tasmania after 4 different flights, and surprisingly we are feeling pretty good despite only sleeping on the plane. The bright sun and temperatures above 30 degrees also helped shake us awake! We find our rental car and ...

A devilish road trip - day 3, Launceston, Australia travel blog

A devilish road trip - day 3

A travel blog entry by tom_s

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... : Had to be jump started! I was so incredebly glad that we had parked it on a hill... Who is who? Everybody in Launceston: seems to be swimming in Cataract Gorge Girl at 2nd vineyard: gives bigger wine tasting portions than at our first vineyard. ...

Tazzie, Launceston, Australia travel blog

Tazzie

A travel blog entry by marcel_at_oz

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... dat was te merken, enorm rustig in de hostels en op de weg was het ook super rustig. We zijn vanaf Launceston richting Scottsdale vertrokken en hebben onderweg de grootste commerciele lavendel boerderij van de wereld, Bridestowe Lavender Farm, bezocht. ...

@ the hospital, Launceston, Australia travel blog

@ the hospital

A travel blog entry by joaopisco

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Em Launceston há um hospital. Não é que esteja farto de museus, vales, cascatas ou downtowns, mas hoje decidimos ir visitar um hospital. Só para ver como é... e também para ver se o inchaço no pé da Eva vai ou não dar direito ao kit "gesso, ...

Some more on people... in Australia, Launceston, Australia travel blog

Some more on people... in Australia

A travel blog entry by joaopisco

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Alguns clássicos repetidos sem piedade: Os rapazes não lavam as mãos quando vão à casa de banho. Assisti a uma denuncia em frente a mais gente, para enxovalhar: "mas não lavaste as mãos!"...”Ah, so?”, respondeu. Não é preciso ...

Launceston, Wine, Pigs and Penguins!, Launceston, Australia travel blog

Launceston, Wine, Pigs and Penguins!

A travel blog entry by bumihills

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... is definitely the jewel of the country--green, lightly populated, with rugged coastlines and splendid mountains.  We liked Launceston--very quaint setting and surrounding countryside, but unfortunately for us we left seeing it until the day before ...

A whistle-stop tour of Tasmania, Launceston, Australia travel blog

A whistle-stop tour of Tasmania

A travel blog entry by charlotte_piet

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... up at 4.30am for the commentary. I'm still suffering from that now, but at least we won! Our final day was spent in Launceston, the second largest city in Tasmania. The main site there is Cataract Gorge, a large gorge system only ten minutes from the ...

Launceston, Launceston, Australia travel blog

Launceston

A travel blog entry by arrop

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We haven't updated the blog, because there hasn't been any Internet access!!!! Launceston - Tasmania Today we have arrived in Tassie to a temperature of a chilly 10 degrees,but sunny. We left Sydney on an early Virgin Blue flight. We used their ...

Getting Tassie with it.. na na na na na na na na, Launceston, Australia travel blog

Getting Tassie with it.. na na na na na na na na

A travel blog entry by stillinger

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... short 40 minute flight across the Bass Straight to Launceston in the middle north section of Tasmania.  Launceston is the second largest city in Tasmania and is known for its historic buildings, Cataract Gorge and Tamar ...

Last day in Launy, Launceston, Australia travel blog

Last day in Launy

A travel blog entry by ozzy2006

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For our last day in Launceston, we decided to take it easy: after a long drive to the Dismal Swamp yesterday & another long drive to Hobart tomorrow. After a lie in of about 10am, we had a quick breakfast - good old Skippy Flakes, which, me and Thom have ...

Planning!, Launceston, Australia travel blog

Planning!

A travel blog entry by danfa

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Hi all!!! We are only in the planning stages but wanted to start so all our far away rellies can see what we are up to!  Keep posted for updates.  This is all leading towards to big day 12/12/2008 Dan and ...

I missed the wineries, Launceston, Australia travel blog

I missed the wineries

A travel blog entry by worldtaste

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... I, requested me 160 AusDollard... a little too much for a day of degustation. So I chilled out in my guesthouse and in the street of Launceston. I went in the afternoon to drink a beer and read a book in a pub and I met the only not so nice Taz of this ...

Nice bit of Chinese, Launceston, Australia travel blog

Nice bit of Chinese

A travel blog entry by ozzy2006

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... the people here. Grrr. I am tolerant. I am tolerant. I am tolerant.... Watch out for Rogue Traders, a new band from Australia, starring a familiar castmember from Neighbours. That's all were saying... They'll be big, not good, necessarily, but big. ...

Launceston, Launceston, Australia travel blog

Launceston

A travel blog entry by gouda

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Je me rends dans la deuxième ville de l'État : Launceston. Au programme, tout d'abord un musée, le Queen Victoria Muséum. D'intéressantes galeries exposent quelques thématiques propres à la colonisation du territoire : évolution des transports, ...

Launceston, Launceston, Australia travel blog

Launceston

A travel blog entry by stubo

... walked around a market while I sorted some internetting and accomodation bookjing out and bought some nice food to cook a meal this evening. Launceston is lovely and it was a lovely unny day, the people in Tas are so friendly - it really is a great ...

“Never a dull moment”, Launceston, Australia travel blog

“Never a dull moment”

A travel blog entry by joaopisco

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... por 450 metros, custam 12$! E de resto, ar, ruas vazias, centros sem vida. Há um escritório da Deloitte em Launceston. Se não fosse fim de semana, quando o descobri, teria entrado para perguntar sobre práticas, tipologias de projectos, estrutura ...

The curse of a writer, Launceston, Australia travel blog

The curse of a writer

A travel blog entry by blanchardbfg

... And then the new city was upon us. As you can see, this land has had quite a profound effect on me. Upon arriving in Launceston's transit centre (as in multiple coach bays, and large waiting area and a cafe, unlike Hobarts lonely single bus stop), we got ...

Launceston, Launceston, Tasmania, Australia travel blog

Launceston

A travel blog entry by shaggers

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... each other) like a cross between a cat and dog with a squeal in it. Try it for yourself, out loud, see if you can scare whoever's next to you. We rolled into Launceston after dark and did nothing but go buy food, cook, eat, and drink. Very ...

Launceston, Launceston, Australia travel blog

Launceston

A travel blog entry by roamingroaches

... Lavender Farm was visited at Leanne's insistence. Set up the tent at the Treasure Island Caravan Park (aahhhaarrgh!) 2 km South of Launceston - no where near water actually but very close to the main road into town. A little car noise could be easily ...

Journey to North-east Tassie, Launceston, Australia travel blog

Journey to North-east Tassie

A travel blog entry by viajesyvinedos

... local visitors centre, we managed to excuse ourselves, collect the hire car and walk the infamous Cataract Gorge that is in Launceston.  While the gorge was pleasant enough given its proximity, we did not linger long and drove north through the ...

Freycinet National Park, Tasmania, Launceston, Australia travel blog

Freycinet National Park, Tasmania

A travel blog entry by jacquieanddave

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Our bus from Cradle Mountain dropped us off in the lovely town of Launceston which is north of Hobart. The hostel here is an old nursing home so the rooms are small (only 4 beds per room) and the kitchen is industrial including a walk-in fridge. There ...

Tasmania Man!, Launceston, Australia travel blog

Tasmania Man!

A travel blog entry by aussiewilkins

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... in the mystifying history. Unfortunately, our time here was limited because we had to make the 3 hour drive back to the Launceston Airport. I could have spent one or two whole days just exploring Port Arthur and the surrounds. Before we left, everyone ...

Gudday from Launy!!!, Launceston, Australia travel blog

Gudday from Launy!!!

A travel blog entry by ozzy2006

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Hey, this is our relax day really, not doing alot but just chilling. I have just kicked ben at table tennis again!!! but he is gettin better and will have a chance against me soon!!! lol, we also went to the gym in the hostel, and got all macho ...

Travelling Tasmania, Launceston, Australia travel blog

Travelling Tasmania

A travel blog entry by lecklund

... 'those that cannot afford cabins'. Anyway, landed in Devonport, a nicely manicured seaside town (as have been Hobart and Launceston).  I stayed in MacWright House backpackers and I had a room with a bunkbed and double bed by myself.  But ...

Going back, Launceston, Australia travel blog

Going back

A travel blog entry by blanchardbfg

Tasmania is a lovely island. And I have had a hell of a time here. However, I am on my travels, and stagnating in one place is not a smart move. So, it is with a mixture of sadness and relief that I pack up my bag, make up some sandwiches, and think ...

Rugby and Tasmania, Launceston, Australia travel blog

Rugby and Tasmania

A travel blog entry by worldtaste

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... next day a trek: Overland Tracks http://www.overlandtrack.com.au/ I will update when I come back the entry at least for Australia: the end of the trip with Ptit Pierre, the great ocean road with a motorbike 600cc, Melbourne and Sydney and ...

Putting the Mania in to Tasmania, Launceston, Australia travel blog

Putting the Mania in to Tasmania

A travel blog entry by benihnio

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... stop us from enjoying an arduous initial climb, and then some stunning views everywhere we looked. It was possibly the highlight of Australia so far, in total it took about 5 hours to climb up take the face walk along the mountain paths around dove lake ...

Let the Games Begin!, Launceston, Australia travel blog

Let the Games Begin!

A travel blog entry by therealdeal

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I am the eldest daughter at 13 years of age in a family of 4, and we are going to live on an island off Tasmania in the middle of Bass Strait for 3 months. We are from central Queensland, and we are going to live on an island. In the middle of the Bass ...

Packing away my home, Launceston, Australia travel blog

Packing away my home

A travel blog entry by jel1957

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... South to Melbourne and back to Tasmania in December 2006. I will stick to the ocean views all the way around and as I am travelling around Australia clockwise, the beach will always be on my left. So many things to see and do, yet so little ...

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