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... they are really cute. The wallabies are less brave, though some consent to being fed later. Hand feeding animals is not really my thing, but to be close up with these kangaroos when we have seen so few in the wild is quite special.
We later see how 2 devils feed together – having a tug of war over the meat! (reminds me of my sons – M.) Hopefully the research being done by Southampton University will keep them disease-free.
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Hattie, Alice, Leah, Ellie, Sarah, Maddy and I all met up for breakfast before getting the taxi to the airport and our flight at 12pm. We arrived in Hobart, the capital of Tasmania and picked up our rental car- a huge white van we've called Tommy the tank. We drove to our hostel- the pickled frog, dropped off our stuff, went for a much needed late lunch. After we went for a drive up mount Wellington and arrived at the top just in time for sunset. It ...
... our offences, our sentences and our eventual fate. Scary stuff!
Wednesday today and we woke up early to think about where to next. Our plan was to head to Bicheno on the East coast and then on to Launceston but we need to catch the ferry on Saturday night and the weather was looking good in Launceston and we were desperate to do some washing. Decision made - straight up the middle of Tasmania (a whole two hour drive) and settle in at Launceston for a few days of ...
... of walks to do, and we settled on a walk that would lead us to to the view point of the mountain, then gently take us back down to Dove Lake where we would finish our walk after doing a lap of the lake...That was the plan. As we set off our first real view was the small lake one valley over from the mountain itself. It did provide us with a beautiful view, which was photographed a lot, however it didn't prepare us for the view we would get from Marion's Lookout, the gateway to ...
... in an orange coloured lichen. A sparkling turquoise ocean completes the scene. I can't close my narrative on Tasmania without mentioning three old men on a jetty... Dunalley's were I decided to chill-out and camp for ten days behind the hotel-on-the-hill that offered free camping on a large block of land. During my stay I got to know a few of the locals. One of my favourite spots to pass the time was on a jetty alongside the Dunalley Fish Market. I'd plonk my folding camp-chair ...