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... the bays of the harbour so we got an excellent view of the bush (countryside), and the results of bush fires that swept the area about 14 months ago. Already the trees which have scorched, blackened trunks are growing new branches thick with foliage. At one point we drove alongside an inlet at least as wide as the Thames in London and were informed that a fireball had raced across it, continuing the fire on the other side...really scary!
Our coach was ...
... for not putting the meat ban information in the airbnb ad.
Not wanting good food to go to waste, we ended up finding a local park with a BBQ and proceeded to grill all of the meat at once. The result was one serious meatnic. Meat sweats and a meat coma followed, but it was well worth it.
Outside of his food shaming tactics, our host was just a generally creepy guy. Avoiding eye ...
... on the side of crazy that makes me scared .
Safely back on the road and with John stood on the side of the road hitchhiking, we did feel for the poor souls that picked him up and hoped that we would not be reading a Wolf Creek tale in the news anytime soon…..
On the way back to Hobart we manage to squeeze in a few stops for some Big Things, although they were somewhat small by our standards.
Our first stop in Hobart, Battery ...
... I was in hospital for three more nights. During the day mum would sit and knit next to my bed and dad would read the paper, and I would cycle between feeling good, feeling revolting, feeling nauseous, feeling hot, feeling cold. It actually turned out to be a nice time to hang out with mum and dad! They certainly spoiled me. It was not quite the beach holiday they had in mind but I enjoyed it :)
The day I was feeling 100% better was the day Jess and Ryan came ...
... enjoyed the air walk as well as the walk back to the Visitor Centre. Along the return, Annette almost stepped on a 30cm tiger snake. She was surprised to see just how magnificent they are as they slither along the ground. Then, we enjoyed lunch at the Visitor Centre before leaving at 1pm to return back to Geeveston. The outside temperaturn was then 25deg C. Shortly afterwards, it began to rain at 330m ASL, the temperature had dropped to 19deg C. ...