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... with exclamations about this most Aussie of trees? It's flowering everywhere. Cities, street fronts, small towns, forest, farms. The range of colours causes most comment. We have seen wattle flowers of lemon, yellow, very bright yellow, cream (delightful), light apricot, lemony green, and one a russety colour which we though not so nice. Today another wattle experience with the drive from Launceston to St Helens in heavy rain and mist. Bugger for the ...
... weight - 83.8kg
Decent coffees - 2 (including the Nespresso here at the Lodge and Campos from my bakery over the road)
Riding time 4:25
Elapsed time 5:43
I will have to finish this off late Friday night/Saturday as we finish the riding at around 3pm and then I have a 7.30pm flight back to my fantastic family in Sydney. Until then...safe riding.
We went to Tasmania for a few days to check it out. We flew into Hobart and stayed there for the first three nights. We got into the city and decided to go get some dinner. But we soon realized Hobart is a lot quitter than Melbourne! 7pm on a Thursday evening and every restaurant in the city was closed! we wandered through the streets for almost an hour and practically everything was closed and the streets were ...
... stinking of eggs.
We decided to leave La Toya parked up at our campsite and headed over to MONA to experience this museum that we have heard so much about to try to salvage some of our day. MONA has something of a reputation for being weird and strange and OTT, it totally lived up to its reputation. The exhibits were strange, awesome, odd and everything inbetween from a skinned cat,a fat Porsche, a man made digestive system (which smelt like death) and a wall ...
... owner realised that his property had the only pure water in Hobart. Within three weeks of leaving gaol, he and his business partner were brewing high quality beer. The beer also contained a high percentage of alcohol but at least it wasn't poisonous!
In 1927 the Cascade Brewery management decided to update the machinery and ordered a new plant from Switzerland. While the machinery was in transit, the Engineer studied the ...