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Very quiet and peaceful...enjoying thus far..just got here last night
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... say hello and Col called in later to say Hi. Col talked to them about his unpaid job but they were of an age where they felt they may be in more need of an ambulance then being volunteers. With that it was time to move on, so with a wave and a cheer it was time to go.
On the return trip, a violent cold front swept up from the south and we abandoned the idea of camping at Oatlands and fled to Ross for safety and warmth. Col went ahead with the ...
... drank to our trip. What a whisky it was, if you ever get the chance, Lark 43% from Tasmania. Brilliant. And that's another thing we found in Tasmania, the locals are so much friendlier than the mainland, they, for the most part, are interested in what you have to say, where you have been and what your going to do. Since the island is so small, they also have an opinion on where your going or where you've been. Tasmanian: "Where ya heading mate?" You: "Were heading to Cradle ...
... the creepy critters but were able to see a large colony of glow worms. These worms live in pitch black areas of caves with water running through them. They create a glowing compound that attracts bugs that have been washed into the cave by the water which in turn fly up to the light in attempt to escape the cave. The hungrier the worm is, the brighter it glows. Standing in the dark, it was almost like looking at hundreds of stars in the night sky. Very ...
... to the car park (the full 11 km circuit was a pipe dream by this point). We figured she'd be tired by now, so put her in the carrier, but there was no falling asleep happening the whole way back to the lookout, and in fact, quite a lot of demanding to be let out and 'walk!' So from the lookout she was back walking, and wouldn't you know, she walked/climbed stairs the entire 1.6 km to the carpark. Where does she get the energy!?
Marc next had to honour ...
... one of my favorite places I have stayed during my travels!
I stopped in the men's room and got a good laugh at what was written on the wall.
I have seen many different types of toilets as I have traveled in different countries. There are the Asian 'squat toilets'. No toilet bowl or seat, just a hole in the floor to squat over. There are toilets with bowls, but no seat. There are toilets in the same room as the shower. When ...