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... sure we’re best buds now.
Drew almost had a heart attack when 2 long scaly things appeared on the path but they were just Blue Tongued Lizards so snake crisis averted. Found a lovely free camp spot for the evening in a little forest glade, almost made the mistake of camping next to the ‘new age’ travelers but luckily saw the bongos and relocated.
12 Emus (3 babies) 2 Koalas 2 Blue Tongued Skinks 1 Grass Skink 1 Echidna
... 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 ...
... than a little lazy, so we drove up. The views are stunning and you get a real sense of Hobart (and how small it is!) We headed up the coast for the small town of Swansea, which is where we decided to camp for the first night. The drive there was fantastic apart from having to swerve past a dead kangaroo every km or so, one of the sad realities in rural Australia. After some overpriced fish and chips we settled into the tent for the first time in 4 months, ...
... be the perfect way to spend it. Sadly the weather was not being so kind to us, it was a grey and drizzly day, but thankful for my new purchase of a pair of jeans for £3 from a charity shop I was ready to take on the day and hunt down the elusive wombats.
Maria Island (pronounced Mariah) is uninhabited save for a small hostel and camp ground. It has formerly been the home to Aborininees, whalers, convicts and farmers and is now a national park with a large ...
... and everything along the water. The highlight of the afternoon was the fried "fisherman's basket" of a variety of fresh seafood that we purchased right off a floating fish punt at Constitution Dock. We shared a basket for lunch while sitting on a bench along the water. The weather was perfect, and we basked in the sun and the smells. The Winston was closed when we first walked our way up there, so we decided to drive over later when it opened, and go back to relax ...
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