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... their necks where the male grabs the female and takes them into their burrows and mate for a week!!!!! Saw loads of other animals, a great little park that we really, really enjoyed. Next stop was Port Arthur Historic Site, one of the biggest tourist attractions in Tasmania. Port Arthur was one of the initial penal settlements in Australia established in 1830 as a timber logging camp using convict labour for government projects. From 1833 Port Arthur was used as ...
... make our next booking and she suggested a note be included to approve the bags because of their problem. We arrived in the Qantas club at 8.05 am which was after about a half an hour muck around and I made some real toast which isn't sweet bread. I had marmalade and Vegemite, yum! Andrew made himself a toasted ham and cheese sandwich, he loved the real cheese! We had pancakes with maple syrup and a coffee each too. Holidays not over yet! We ...
... quite so headed back and had a cheeky facetime with my two favourite Italians which made me giggle then hit the hay... (stop stalking me Mattia if you are reading this you 'S.I.T' hehe)
Last full day in Hobart. Originally had a tour planned to visit Port Arthur which was highly recommended, however as its out of season and not many tourists about mid-week, I was the only lonesome on the tour so it got cancelled, oh well, still plenty of the city to visit. ...
... an actual garage. There were even parts in the floor, encased in resin. It was an awesome place. Stephen had a drink and Georgia got to play the pinball machine.
There was a hotrod in street trying to find somewhere to park, so we left (we were right out the front) so he could park there and headed back to the cabin.
While I did some washing, Georgia went and made herself 3 more new friends.
Tonight’s dinner was an interesting ...
... pulled over and checked. The caravan brakes were hot ,was the only response when queried. Continuing on the noise got worse, so Erik removed the electric brake controller from beside the steering wheel ----- whilst driving!! So I steered, naturally. It was silent for about one minute then it began again. ****. It was the car, not the van. I think by that time we both thought we were going back home. " As long as we make it to the ...