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... as well so we didn't get cold waiting around for a new tube to put in.
The accommodation in general was typical bike tour stuff - but Tarraleah was definitely a highlight.
For me - Day 5 from Queenstown to Tarraleah was probably the most scenic ride I've ever done. Landscapes changed constantly and looking back at the map showed we crossed a reasonable part of the Tasmanian Island moving from lake to lake (via mountains). But there ...
... industry to 1.5 million visitors per year by 2020! David and I were just aching to consult for their Board of Tourism. Because they do have some great attractions, like Hobart's Salamanca Market, the Cadbury factory**** or MONA*****, as well as spots of stunning natural beauty******. Wine Glass Bay, in the Freycinet National Park, was definitely one of our favourites. It's a beautiful walk up to the viewpoint over the ...
... my pants. But in my defence, if you crawled through a pipe and saw this furry black thing in front of you, you'd be scared.
The final destination was the Port Arthur Historical Ruins. There is fascinating ruins and information about the real life of the convicts that where shipped to Port Arthur. If there is one thing I learnt, its that we have it EXTREMELY ...
... Cockle Creek. We have decided to stay the two nights at Southport and make a day-trip to Cockle Creek and the Thermal Springs. Apparently, the parks south of here are a bit feral and the road to Cockle Creek is pretty rough at the moment and probably better not to take the van. Also, we have the added concern of bushfires with the predicted high temperatures. Tonight, David cooked sausages, potatoes, carrots and zucchini on the Weber - ...
... with my superannuation fund to sort out my retirement plan before escaping into Hobart's CBD for some retail therapy. Thursday November 14th Another wet day so we decided to head indoors and visit MONA, Hobart's Museum of New and Modern Art at Berriedale. We were surprised at how full their car park was when we arrived at 11am...it's obviously keeping Hobart's economy alive. I'd visited when it first opened a few years ago and even though many of the exhibits have changed ...
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