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... here for what we’d consider minor crimes, but the world was different in those days.
Port Arthur is the most complete example of the early Australian penal system in existence. It is actually a World Heritage site. It was here at Port Arthur that the old system of simply locking up criminals transformed into a system which attempted to rehabilitate criminals and make them into productive citizens. This ...
... for stealing a loaf of bread in London. It was very entertaining and informative. The tour ended at the Cascade Brewery, so it seemed logical to pause at their tasting room before we made our way back to the hotel. They had a beautiful garden in the back that was today’s place for our 4:30 cocktail hour. After 8 days of city sightseeing and way too many restaurants and bars, it will be nice to pick up the campervan tomorrow for 8 days of rural ...
... their way to help. Meals of the Stay - Tomato Pasta - finely chop 1 x onion and cook in a frying pan with some oil, a teaspoon of mixed herbs and a teaspoon of parsley flakes until soft. Mix in 1 x 440g can of crushed tomatoes and simmer for approx. 15 mins. Boil some tube or whatever pasta you have until cooked then stir through 2 x small cans of drained tuna into the pasta. Add the tomato ...
Got an early start and chugged our way along to Cape Bridgewater, a stunning wide sweeping bay just passed Portland.
Walked along the cliff faces to see the Petrified Forrest (not a forest but rock formations resembling a stone forest with hollow ‘trunks’) and some blow holes complete with huge crashing waves. Then headed out along the headland to see 2 fur seal colonies and watched them play for a bit. They stank but looked very fat and happy as ...
... Get Shucked Oyster Farm where they have a unique system in which they keep the top tier of the oyster trays 2 metres submerged under water as opposed to tidal oysters which open and close with the tides often making them smaller. Previously I had only ever tried Kilpatrick oysters and I didn't mind them, but today's offering was fresh. This was when our family showed its reluctance to eat. I'm not one to say no to free food and like to try things at least once, ...
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