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After flying from Uluru and getting a connecting flight at Melbourne, we arrived in Launceston, Tasmania. The second biggest city here but still not very big at all. We arrived fairly late so found out place for the night and got our heads down, In the morning we picked up a hire car and got a free upgrade, win! Then we visited the Cataract Gorge, just on the outskirts of the city centre. Very nice little area of river and high ...
... Price $35,000.
We think we will get two but do not like the colour much???????
Another shop was and antique shop and it was pretty small and
the owner was pretty large and the music playing was Elvis Presley….. need I
I did come away with a teapot for one… Sadler and the scene
was Buckingham palace…
After Bacon and eggs at the supermarket (yes the
supermarkets in ...
... and it was going to cost us over $150 to get in, so we decided to visit the free attractions around the area instead. This would also be the first time I had driven in busy traffic in almost a year. I drove in the bush, however that was more, "try not to wreck the car, don't hit a tree or a Kangaroo, and keep it steady while I drop off supplies" this would be the first main road I had driven in since selling our car in Tamworth almost 12 months previous. However it's like riding ...
... it's not that bad as there's always 'Happy Hour' at the end of the day. Towing my faithful caravan off the ferry in Devonport after a rough 9 hour passage from the mainland I found an old beat-up caravan park called the Abel Tasman, named after the bloke that discovered this stormy wind-swept island and named it Van Dieman's Land. There was an unmistakable excitement in the air as fellow travellers set-up camp and beckoned others to join-in with their 'Happy Hour' ...
... we were told had amazing views. The trail descriptions said there were steep parts on the way up to the lookout but we thought ain't no thang, we're pros at this point. Ha. Hardly. The steps were mostly just rocks on the side of the mountain and looked never ending after each turn. We saw a few people going the opposite direction who were warning us of what was to come - how much harder could it get? Well, for the last roughly 500m they had chains attached to the mountain to help ...