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... Lots of handmade items. We purchased a souvenir for the bar at home – an interesting piece made from scrap, titled "Lamb-ourghini" – it’s a lamb on top of a car (made from a can, batteries, steel wool, etc). Other purchases included some jams, relish from Pirate Bay, some Mongrel Socks (purchased some on our last trip and they were unreal), gifts for Georgia’s friends, some cookies, mini quiche, raspberries, apple cider and ...
... fantastic and we have been lucky with the weather with only slight rain on 3 of the days but the rest being sunny without much wind. I can't wait to bring Nic back and do a few of the different things - whether it be cultural in Hobart or into the wild west and back to nature. The locals have been incredibly courteous to us cyclists and actually welcoming. The roads in general have been better than reported with only a few spots of the rough, course ...
... lesson. Don’t walk over to the wet rocks.
A wave appeared from nowhere, was sucked under the rocks and shot a rather impressive blow hole full of water out and over exactly the spot we were all stood on. Tim being the closest was by far the wettest, followed closely by me and then Taye. The few tourists that had witnessed us getting soaked were rolling around laughing and there was little else for us to do but join them. Bicheno Blowhole certainly lived up ...
... families would live out here in this wilderness for periods of 18 months at a time. We can see a few yachts on the horizon, and as we turn around and head back towards the main island we gain a new level of respect for the crews that race from Sydney to Hobart each year. We battle the winds and spray as we make our way back to the safety of the small harbour, then we’re released back into the wild! We grab some lunch then head down to the historic site of Port ...
... was a failure on all fronts! The roll was like a multigrain bread roll with sultanas in it and no butter or cheese or filling to eat with it, so it was horribly dry. We also found 2 seeds in our packets of pitted prunes!
We started watching The King's speech during the flight. We arrived in Sydney at about 11.30.
When we arrived in Sydney we had to collect our bags as I didn't realise the flight ...
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