Battery Point Boutique Accommodation
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... some rain and wind reappeared but with no discomfort. The ship is huge and we have come across a lot of Americans and Europeans. And of course Asians who were strongly represented in the first Table Tennis tournament. A lot of keen players and although I won three knockout games against good opponents, lost the semifinal. Still a lot of 'focussed' fun. Our ...
Nanna picked me up this morning from Bec and Pat's place and took me to Salamanca Market. I bought a pair of Mongrel pure wool, made in Tasmania socks, which must not be washed in hot water.
We enjoyed our lunch which was a baked potatoe with the lot. We shared one, but could ...
... and appears to be having some success. It was great to see them so close up (see photos and video on facebook of one en-enjoying their lunch). Therangers explained that they have poor eyesight and bite each other when feeding resulting in the spread of the facial cancer. We watched one of them being fed and he ripped apart a chicken leg, crunching the bones and devouring the whole thing bone and all. They also explained that the females, grow a big fatty lump at the ...
... cabin with me. They will be my sidekicks along this journey and I couldn't have asked for better company.
Tiffany is my partner, and recently became my fiance (Follow my blog because there will be more on the proposal in a later entry). Tiffany loves exploring the world just as much as I do. She is fascinated by different cultures and loves learning about other people's way of life. You ...
... at a country inn; then drove to Launceston where we got lost on a walking path through the city trying to find the Cataract Gorge. And for the first time ever, I accepted a ride from a complete stranger – afriendly one, of course - who drove us right to the Gorge, which we were quite far from after all. So all good.
Next up: a terrifying ride to the top of Ben Lomond Mountain (I believe this is ...