Windmill Hill Lodge
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Good location & price for the 5 bed room. The breakfast was amazing as well! They make the jams and stewed fruits on site- a must try.
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Saturday began bright and early; with minimal sleep we were up at 4:30 and on the road soon after. At the airport we picked up a straggler better known as my sister Jen and arrived in Launceston very swiftly. Abruptly awoken by the icy air that welcomed us at the tarmac.
Once our hire car was sorted and a quick game of luggage tetris was …
Glen woke at 5am and went out on the deck to catch the sunrise. I decided to get up too, fear of being late to get on my bike spurred me on, and Glen's texted photo of the sunrise helped.
We were soon called to our bikes on the vehicle decks, with roosters heard crowing from a nearby van. We were waiting a while so I decided to mount my GoPro camera on the bike. Half way through the mounting process bikes ...
... types of seahorses and a few sea dragons. We learnt the difference between boy and girl seahorses. Next were the breeding tanks, there were tanks of baby seahorses, which look just like string floating in the water. Our guide explained what they are fed on and the stages they go through before they are ready for sale. Next room were some more sea creatures, and Georgia got to hold a live seahorse. Amongst other things there was a ...
... solitary confinement for 6 months. The babies were left in the nursery and if they survived to the age of 2 then they were sent off to the government run education house at New Town.
Punishment came in the form of being sent to the solitary confinement work cells. Worse still were the solitary cells where they were kept in the dark. Worse still was wearing an iron collar with huge metal prongs or spike coming off it – they had to work ...
Dad & Mum went down memory lane to find the cherry orchard they discovered 16 years ago. We were directed to Latrobe where 'the Cherry Shed' is located but on arrival found that it wasn't the one. They had a host of interesting products, yummy tastings and some interesting models of the cherry growing & harvesting process and let us know that we may be looking for Spreyton orchard which is 'on ...