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... The kids were complaining they were starving to death, so we found one of the only 13 Golden Arches establishments on the island.
Stephen’s cousin had told us about a place called Joe’s garage in Hobart. After driving around for a little while we finally found it. It’s a small bar up a side street. The “garage” is full of car parts, bike parts, motor bikes, a couple of real cars, engines and lots of memorabilia. It used ...
... total for the week was 903kms - avg per day 129.5kms)
Total Climbing 1354m (total for the week was 11,220 - avg per day was 1602))
Avg Speed 23.6kmh
Max Speed 59.0kmh
Max Alt 455mtrs
Min Sea Level mtrs
Min temp - 11.9 degrees C (at the summit of our ride)
Max temp - 17 degrees C (when we left at 8am this morning)
Avg temp - 14 degrees
Starting weight - 85.3kg
Finishing weight - 85.1kg
Well, I'm finally at the airport and on my way! Nine months is a long time to be away from home. Packing up my house and life is hard work and very stressful. I am very grateful to my friends and family who have helped me prepare for this epic journey - from the practical assistance of moving my furniture, housing some of my more personal belongings, providing a safe place for my car and a place to stay last night to the invaluable advice and support from the more experienced travellers ...
... to say, there is not much in Triabunna, just a pub, a small supermarket, a garage and a fish and chip stall. More surprisingly we booked ourselves onto the campsite for 2 nights. The reason for this is that whilst there is literally nothing to see in Triabunna it is the entrance point and just a short boat ride over to Maria Island.
Enroute to Triabunna I noticed a putrid smell in the air of rotten eggs and just assumed that it was something being put on ...
... we routinely took a handful and fed the animals. They're quite cute when they're fed and some of them would even wrap their hands around ours to ensure we weren't moving our hands (and the food) away. We even saw a couple of kangaroos with little joeys in their pouches. Quite cute! We walked by the area where the Tasmanian Devils are, but couldn't see any. As we continued our walk, a visitor to the park who knew we wanted to see the ...