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... heavier ambulance whilst I wrestled with a demented Where-ever, that rocked and rolled on the highway, buffeted by gusts and slashed by rain. I kept to 80km and let everyone go around me, once or twice stopping to let speeding trucks go their merry way.
On arrival at Ross I said to a smug Col, 'I've had the agitation, now all I need is the detergent!'
Forest was a welcome sight and a fire was soon burning to return us to a state of cosiness again.
... Tasmanian will reply with either..."You'll bloody love it mate, it's beautiful over there, you won't want to bloody leave" Or "I wouldn't waste my bloody time going there mate, it's **** over there, my mate and me went and it was bloody terrible" However there is also what I have dubbed...the old "Aussie story tellers" these are the men who just want to talk at you, there is no two way conversation. We met one such man in a camp on the next night. We mentioned we had been to Coen ...
We have some time to kill in Rarotonga before we head back to Sydney (I know it seems crazy, - backtracking like this when your supposed to be going round, but hopefully all will soon become clear), and this chunk of time is proving very hard to kill. Whilst Raro ( as we travelling hipsters call it) has some good beaches and a nice mini-lagoon at Muri which is covered in snorkellers and glass-bottom boats, it still feels like a pale reflection of Aitutaki (which as you may ...
... night we arrived at the Cradle Mountain tourist park under clear blue skies and enjoyed a delicious pork chop and berry cobbler dinner to celebrate Valentine's Day. Things were looking great for our morning hike in the park! Needless to say, the clear skies did not last long... That night we were woken up to the sound of our campervan awning sounding like it was going to be ripped off by the wind. Fortunately, by morning things had calmed down, but we still ...
... of an ice cream if Lotte managed to walk the entire way back to the car park, and given she then continually asked for said ice cream for the last 500 metres or so of the walk, there was no getting out of it. So we drove to Coles Bay and Lotte had her first ice cream on a stick.... she (and her jumper) loved every bite.
We then drove to Hobart and back to the same scout camp we had camped in a few days prior, with a view to spending New Years Eve in ...
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