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... because of everything we saw. We finally reached our driver who was waiting at an old burnt out monastery to be told the nearest toilet was an hour away. Some of our group were able to share the experience as a group of relieving themselves in the nearby bush. The monastery was built in 1942 for Reformed Cistercian nuns but was abandoned in 1945 when the area became insecure and it was later burnt out. Once we were all happy and had looked at the ruins of the monastery we headed ...
... started to get the 30kmh westerly (and cold headwind) so combined with the 8 degrees....was bloody freezing. The rest of the pack had been waiting for an extra 10mins so they were not happy!
We stopped for lunch at 10am at Cambelltown (70kms) which was down the other side of the hills range and had started to warm up with about 15 degrees. We were rolling again by 10.45 and enjoying a sunny rest of the day with temps up to 22 ...
... in our diets and this was by far one of the best we had even if Tim had to fight to save his from a large and hungry lady peacock.
Initially we had decided that 4 weeks in Tasmania would be enough and we would Helpx for the first 2 and plan our travels and then set off to explore for 2 weeks. During our planning we quickly realised that there was more to see in Tassie than 2 weeks would allow so we decided that we would cut short our Helpx.
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... wines are more lively and simple. Zdar is the city Josef was from originally and is another "line" of this vineyard. And Josef Chromy wines represent his older, more sophisticated self. Many of these have won awards.
By this time Jason and I were both tired. We headed to the accommodation we set up for the night through the Couch Surfing site. This is our first time using this site and we have started off with a great experience. Our host is very ...
... job of showing what we saw at the park than I can accomplish by telling. One awesome thing we saw that is not captured well in the photos was the Tasmanian devil feeding, where six devils completely polished off the back half of a wallaby, fur and bones and all, in about 20 minutes. They shrieked at each other and tussled a bit over the meat, and it was such a treat to see them interacting with each other, since they are very solitary animals. I ...