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... transfer bus to the domestic terminal. The E-passport made that bit quick but I had to wait ages before my bag appeared on the carrousel. Qantas staff helped us through customs and we made the transfer ok, along with a dozen other people, only to find the domestic connection hadn't even started boarding and then after boarding there was a further delay until the captain was satisfied some ice had melted off one wing?? Finaly ...
... go on the boat ride called 'the Maid in the Mist' cruise. We had to wear rain ponchos to stop us from getting wet from the spray that came from the falls. When we were on the bridge above Niagara, the static in the air that came from the rushing water made the top layer of my hair stand up on my head. It looked like I had just finished rubbing my head with a balloon. ...
On the road by 6:30 Tasmania, just like the world over has road construction as well. So to avoid as many delays as possible we were on the road early! At least we stopped for that all important coffee. The on to Cradle Mountain and a 6km walk around Dove Lake. Graded as an easy walk, some of the folks on the tour took a more strenuous route which involved using a chain as a hand rail. Somewhat ...
... a green park with lovely views up the hills as well. Oh yes and the bonus is it is half price to last night only $6.
The weather was both sunny, and then raining - pelting driving rain so we started doing our indoor hobbies. Sharon set too and made playdough for the grandchildren. We had bought playdough supplies in Launceston. As you can see from the mess, sorry creation, it was an interesting exercise.
We got up at 6am and got ourselves and our bikes ready. Visors and glasses cleaned, Uclear communications units working between the three bikes, Camelbak filled with water, Claratyne taken and suntan lotion applied and packed.
It wouldn't be a day with the two Glens without a coffee stop, and Banjo's bakery offered coffee. I was planning on having a light breakfast but I wasn't hungry. In fact, I was back to feeling ...